21.12.040   Information to be shown on tentative map.
   A tentative map shall contain the following information:
   (a)   Tract name or number, date, north point, scale and sufficient description to define the location and boundaries of the proposed tract;
   (b)   Key map showing adjacent property, subdivision, roads or streets in subdivisions;
   (c)   Name and address of record owner or owners, name and address of the subdivider, and name and business address of the person who prepared the tentative map;
   (d)   Acreage of the proposed tract to the nearest tenth of an acre;
   (e)   Average area of each of the lots proposed to be created;
   (f)   Number of lots, average lot size, and size of smallest lot in tract;
   (g)   Sufficient elevations or contours to determine the general slope of the land, the high and low points thereof, and all drainage features;
   (h)   The locations, names, existing widths, slope and approximate grade of all existing streets and alleys in the proposed subdivision, abutting or contiguous to the proposed subdivision;
   (i)   The locations, names, widths, slope and approximate grade of all streets and alleys proposed to be constructed, widened, improved or dedicated within, abutting or contiguous to the proposed subdivision;
   (j)   Typical cross-sections of all streets and alleys to be constructed, widened, improved or dedicated;
   (k)   Plan and profile features of all streets and alleys within the proposed subdivision;
   (l)   Locations, widths and purposes of all existing and proposed easements;
   (m)   Locations, size and character of all existing pipelines and related structures, and all other public utilities, showing the ground elevation and flow line elevations at the connection to existing pipelines, and all building and use restrictions applicable to any easements;
   (n)   Lot layout and approximate dimensions of each lot to the nearest foot. Each lot shall be numbered;
   (o)   Dimensions and locations of any existing buildings. The tentative map shall indicate which, if any, of the existing buildings are to remain on the property and their proposed location if any are to be moved;
   (p)   Approximate boundaries of areas subject to inundation of stormwater overflow and the location, width and direction of flow of all watercourses;
   (q)   All water wells;
   (r)   Proposed public areas, if any;
   (s)   Location of wooded areas, tree masses and other significant landscape features;
   (t)   A list of which parcels have good potential for passive solar design residences. Substantial solar access protection from shading is afforded these parcels under Palo Alto's zoning ordinance and the California Solar Shade Control Act.
(Ord. 3577 § 8, 1984: Ord. 3157 § 1 (part), 1979)