The preliminary plat shall be drawn at a scale of one inch equals fifty feet or as required by the City Engineer and may be of one or more sheets as necessary.  The preliminary plat shall include the following information:
   (a)   Drafting Standards.
      (1)   Dimensions shall be in feet and decimal parts thereof.
      (2)   Each sheet shall be numbered and shall show its relationship to the total number of sheets.
      (3)   Where any revision is made, or when the plat is a resubdivision of a previously approved plat, dotted lines shall be used to show features or locations to be abandoned and solid lines to show the presently proposed features.
      (4)   The plat shall contain adequate legend so as to clearly indicate which features are existing and which are proposed.
      (5)   The boundary line of the subdivision shall be shown as a solid heavy line.
   (b)   Existing Information.
      (1)   Vicinity map drawn to a scale of not less than one inch to 1,000 feet showing the approximate relationship of the plat to its general surroundings and showing the following details:
         A.   Existing or mapped streets within 1,000 feet of the subdivision; and
         B.   Municipal boundaries within 1,000 feet of the tract.
      (2)   The zoning district in which the proposed subdivision is located.
      (3)   Identifying information.
         A.   Name of subdivision; the name shall not duplicate, be the same spelling or alike in pronunciation to any other recorded subdivision;
         B.   Location by tax map number, City, County and State;
         C.   Names and addresses of the developer and owner(s) if other than the developer;
         D.   Certificate signed by a registered land surveyor and/or registered professional engineer and responsible for the survey, preliminary plat and seal; and
         E.   Date of drawing, north point and scale.
      (4)   Existing conditions.
         A.   A boundary survey or survey of record of the property to be subdivided including map book and page reference, locating and identifying adjacent or abutting streets (existing or platted), subdivisions, unsubdivided parcels, easements, water areas, and the like, and all visible monuments, showing all courses, distances, and area, and tie-ins to all adjacent street intersections.
         B.   Existing contours with intervals of not more than five feet where the slope is ten percent (10%) or greater and not more than two feet where the slope is less than ten percent (10%).  Elevations shall be based on U.S. Geological Survey or equivalent adjusted datum.  Source of contour information shall also be provided on the plat.
         C.   Location, width and names of all existing or prior platted streets or other public streets, railroad and utility rights-of-way, parks and other public open spaces, and municipal corporation lines within or adjoining the tract.
         D.   Other conditions on the tract being subdivided including, but not necessarily limited to, water-courses, marshes, floodplains, rock outcrop areas, wooded areas and other environmentally sensitive areas and significant features.
         E.   Utilities on and adjacent to the tract:  location, size and invert elevation of existing sanitary sewerage facilities and storm drains, location and size of water mains, location of fire hydrants, utility lines and street lights.  If water mains, sanitary sewers, and storm drains are not on or adjoining the tract, indicate the direction, distance to, and size of nearest water mains and sewers showing invert elevation of sewers to extent known to developer.
         F.   Other conditions on adjoining land within 100 feet; approximate direction and gradient of ground slope, including any embankments or retaining walls, character, location and ownership of private sewerage systems within 100 feet of the subdivision boundary, railroads, utility lines, towers and other nearby nonresidential land uses or adverse influences; owners of adjoining unplatted land; for adjoining platted land refer to subdivision plat by name recorded.
         G.   Proposed public improvements; highways or other major improvements planned by public authorities for future construction on or near the tract to the extent known to developer.
   (c)   Proposed Layout.
      (1)   Street plan containing the following information:
         A.   Location of all proposed streets in the subdivision;
         B.   Widths of all proposed rights of way and proposed paving widths;
         C.   Proposed street names;
         D.   Plan, profile and construction details of all proposed streets; and
         E.   Location of all required sidewalks and crosswalks;
      (2)   Layout and dimension of proposed lots, including lot lines, lot area, lot numbers and block letters;
      (3)   Sites, if any, for multi-family dwellings, including the number and types of units proposed, parking spaces, shopping centers, churches, industry or other nonpublic uses, exclusive of single-family and two-family dwellings;
      (4)   Building setback lines;
      (5)   Location and dimensions of all parcels proposed to be dedicated or reserved for school sites, parks, open space use by occupants of the subdivision and for other public uses;
      (6)   Identification including plan, profile and construction detail of all utilities proposed within the subdivision, including the location, grade and size of storm drains, catch basins, drainage ways and channels, sanitary sewerage facilities, pumping stations, water mains, street lights, fire hydrants and other required public facilities and improvements;
      (7)   Design calculations as required by the City Engineer;
      (8)   Rights of way proposed to be created for all drainage purposes and utilities;
      (9)   Proposed contours with intervals of not more than five feet where the slope is ten percent (10%) or greater and not more than two feet where the slope is less than ten percent (10%); and
      (10)   Limits of construction.
         (Ord. 90-1312.  Passed 5-1-90.)