Prior to the preparation of a preliminary plat, the applicant or owners may meet with the Zoning Administrator, and other appropriate officials in order to be made fully aware of all applicable ordinances, regulations, and plans in the area to be subdivided. At this time, or at subsequent informal meetings, the applicant may submit for informal, non-binding comment a general concept plan of the proposed subdivision. The concept plan can be presented in simple form but should show that consideration has been given to the relationship of the proposed subdivision to existing city facilities, to neighboring subdivisions and developments, to the topography of the site, and to the suitability of proposed transportation, drainage, and utility systems.