SEC. 15-136.  LAND DIVISIONS OF FIVE LOTS OR MORE; DRAINAGE FEES; USE OF SEWER FACILITIES.
   (A)   As a condition of approval of every tentative subdivision map for a division of land into five or more lots, the subdivider shall be required to make, or cause to be made, the following improvements to city specifications at time of construction:
      (1)   Adequate distribution lines for water supply to each lot or parcel;
      (2)   Sanitary sewer lines and appurtenances which shall conform to the existing sewer lines and appurtenances; construction of a four-inch sewer service line from the main sewer line to the property line of each lot within the development or subdivision; construction of pumping stations or booster plants wherever necessary for proper disposal of sewerage;
      (3)   All sanitary sewer lines, appurtenances, pumping facilities and service connections shall be constructed or laid to the grade established by the city engineer, and shall be of the size and design as designated by the engineer;
      (4)   Adequate drainage of the subdivision, its streets, highways and alleys.  Each lot or parcel in the development shall be so graded under permit as to drain into the street or alley on which it abuts or into an approved drainage facility;
      (5)   Adequate grading and surfacing of streets, highways, and alleys, which shall include the paving of alleys;
      (6)   Adequate sidewalks, curbs, gutters, culverts and bridges;
      (7)   Cross gutters;
      (8)   Street name signs that conform to city standards and ornamental street lighting of the size, design and at the location designated by the city engineer.  Trees and landscaping shall be planted in accordance with an approved landscaping plan; provided, however, that the subdivider may elect to have street trees planted by city forces by paying to the city the product of the number of street trees required by the approved landscaping plan times the street tree price set by city council resolution;
   (B)   At the time of making the survey for the final map, the engineer or surveyor shall set sufficient durable monuments to conform with the standards described in Cal. Bus. and Prof. Code, Section 8771 so that another engineer or surveyor may readily retrace the survey.  All monuments necessary to establish the exterior boundaries of the development shall be set or referenced prior to recordation of the final map.
(`64 Code, Sec. 27-79)  (Ord. No. 1570, 2163, 2257)