A.   It is unlawful for a person to subdivide a tract or parcel of land which is located wholly or in part in the City except in compliance with this title.
      1.   Plat Approval Required: A plat of any subdivision may not be recorded until it has been submitted and approved as herein.
      2.   Plat Must Not Conflict With Plans, Ordinances Or Laws: A plat shall not be approved if the Planning Commission determines such plat to be in conflict with any provision or portion of the general plan, the transportation master plan, title 17 of this code, this chapter, and any other state law or City ordinance.
      3.   Adequate And Available Public Utilities: The City may deny or delay approval of a development project if there is not adequate capacity or availability of public utilities for a proposed development.
   B.   Land may not be transferred or sold nor shall a building permit be issued for a structure thereon, until a final plat of a subdivision shall have been recorded in accordance with this title and any applicable provisions of state law, and until the improvements required in connection with the subdivision have been guaranteed as provided herein.
   C.   All lots, plots or tracts of land located within a subdivision are subject to this title whether the tract is owned by the subdivider or a subsequent purchaser, transferee, devisee, or contract purchaser of the land.
(Ord. 19-24 § 2: Ord. 15-26: Ord. 94-40 § 1: prior code § 30-05)