The preliminary plan shall contain the following information:
   (a)   Identification and Description.
      (1)   The proposed name of the subdivision.
      (2)   The location of the subdivision by section, township, range or any other legal description.
      (3)   The names and addresses of the owner, developer and surveyor who made the plan.
      (4)   A graphical scale being not less than one inch equals 100 feet.
      (5)   The date.
      (6)   The north point.
   (b)   Delineation of Existing Conditions.
      (1)   The boundary lines of the proposed subdivision and the total approximate acreage.
      (2)   The location, widths and names of existing or prior platted streets or other public ways, railroads and utility rights of way.
      (3)   The location of parks and other public open spaces, permanent buildings and structures.
      (4)   The location of section and corporation lines within and adjacent to the tract.
      (5)   Existing services including sewers, water mains, culverts or other underground facilities within the tract, showing pipe sizes, grades and their exact location as obtained from public records.
      (6)   The location of all streams, watercourses, etc., in the proposed subdivisions and adjacent property, and also the boundaries of areas subject to periodic flooding and marshy areas.
      (7)   Contours of five-feet integrals as obtained from United States Aerial Survey surveys.
      (8)   The boundary lines of adjacent tracts of unsubdivided and subdivided land, showing the owners thereof.
      (9)   Existing zoning of the proposed subdivisions and adjacent tracts in zoned areas.
   (c)   Delineation of Proposed Conditions.
      (1)   The layout of proposed streets, their names and widths and also the widths of alleys, crosswalks and easements.
      (2)   The layout, numbers and dimensions of proposed lots.
      (3)   The parcels of land intended to be dedicated or temporarily reserved for public use or set aside for the use of property owners in the subdivision.
      (4)   The proposed building line, showing dimensions.
      (5)   Any lots on which the developer proposed a nonresidential use.
      (6)   A key map, having a scale of not less than one inch equals 400 feet, showing the location of the tract.
   (d)   Other Preliminary Data.  Proposed development plans, to be submitted on or with the preliminary plan, including:
      (1)   A profile of each street, with tentative grades (including, where necessary extensions somewhat beyond the subdivision boundaries), showing any proposed sewer lines and manholes.  The scale, on the horizontal, shall be the same as that for the preliminary plan.  On the vertical it shall be one inch equals twenty feet, or in proportion.
      (2)   Typical street cross-sections (or half-sections) at a scale not smaller than three-eighths inch equals one foot, showing the widths of roadways, the location and width of sidewalks and the location and size of utility mains.  Where considerable cut and fill are involved, several actual cross-sections showing the proposed grading should also be shown, and their locations indicated on the plan.
      (3)   A plan and profiles of the proposed sanitary and storm sewers (combined sewers are not recommended), with grades and pipe sizes.
      (4)   A plan of the proposed water distribution system showing pipe sizes and the location of valves and fire hydrants.
      (5)   A street tree planting plan which, though not compulsory, is recommended for the protection of property value.
      (6)   The location of street name signs.
   (e)   Statements and Covenants.
      (1)   That the owner or owners of the subdivision areas agree:
         A.   That any lot transferred will have a minimum width and area substantially the same as those shown hereon.
         B.   That all construction work and materials used in connection with public improvements will conform to the requirements of the City Engineer and be installed under his supervision (where the location is within the City or an unincorporated area to be annexed to the City) or by the County Engineer (where the location is outside the City and not an area to be annexed).
         C.   That the City or County Engineer will be notified three days before any construction work is begun on public improvements in order that proper supervision may be provided.
      (2)   That the owner or owners of the subdivision are aware:
         A.   That approval of installation of water mains and furnishing of water therefrom is contingent on the understanding that all improvements required by these Subdivision Regulations will be installed and a final plan recorded prior to the sale of any lot.  If this compact is violated, the City Water Works shall have the right to discontinue water service.  The above statement does not preclude the execution of a contract to purchase prior to recording of a final plan.
         B.   That Ohio R.C. 711.13 provides a penalty for the transfer of any lot or parcel from or in accordance with a plat or map before such plat or map has been recorded.
   (f)   Protective Covenants. (If any).
   (Ord. 1966-45.  Passed 5-12-66.)