(A)   The tentative map shall be clearly and legibly drawn.  The minimum dimensions of this map shall be 18 inches by 26 inches.  The scale of the map shall be large enough (not smaller than one inch equals 100 feet) to show clearly all details thereof, and said map shall contain the following information:
      (1)   The tract number or other description according to the real estate records of the County Recorder, true north point, scale, date and the subdivision boundary line accurate in scale;
      (2)   Name and address of record owner, or owners;
      (3)   Name and address of the subdivider;
      (4)   Name, business address, and number of registered engineer or licensed surveyor;
      (5)   Sufficient elevations and contours to determine the general slope of the land and the high and low points thereof;
      (6)   The locations, names, widths and approximate grades of all streets, highways and ways in the proposed subdivision or to be offered for dedication (not applicable for records of survey);
      (7)   The locations and existing widths of all adjoining and contiguous streets, highways and ways and the tract number or names of adjoining subdivisions;
      (8)   The approximate widths, location and purpose of all existing or proposed easements;
      (9)   Approximate lot layout, approximate dimensions, and a number for each lot, which numbering shall start with one and be numbered consecutively;
      (10)   The outlines of any existing buildings to remain in place, and their locations within the subdivision in relation to existing or proposed street and lot lines;
      (11)   Approximate location of all areas subject to inundation or storm water overflow and the location, width and direction of flow of all watercourses;
      (12)   The location of political subdivision lines or corporation lines;
      (13)   The location of existing sewers, culverts, or other underground structures within the subdivision and immediately adjacent thereto;
      (14)   The cross-sections of proposed streets showing the size of roadways, location and width of sidewalks;
      (15)   The location of proposed sanitary sewers, storm drains, and other public utilities;
      (16)   Approximate radius and length of each curve;
      (17)   Existing use or uses of the property;
      (18)   Proposed use of the property; if property is proposed to be used for more than one purpose, the area, lot or lots proposed for each type of use;
      (19)   Statement of the improvements and public utilities proposed to be made or installed and of the time at which such improvements are proposed to be completed;
      (20)   Provision for proposed sewerage and sewage disposal, where lots are to be served by private sewage disposal systems (septic tanks, cesspools, and the like) percolation rates of the soil as determined by test holes;
      (21)   Public areas proposed, if any (not applicable for records of survey);
      (22)   Tree planting proposed;
      (23)   Approximate location of each area covered by brush or trees with a statement of the nature of such cover, and the kind and approximate location of all trees standing within the boundaries of proposed public rights-of-way;
      (24)   Type and location of street lighting proposed;
      (25)   A key map showing the location of the proposed subdivision in relation to the surrounding areas.
   (B)   In a subdivision which may reasonably be expected to be resubdivided in whole or in part at some future time, there shall be shown in dotted lines on the tentative map a plan of future street extensions with special extensions with special consideration given to drainage.
(`83 Code, § 16.12.020)  (Ord. 82-19 § 1 (part), 1982)