18.12.030   Form, content and accompanying material.
   A.   Each tentative map shall show and contain the following information:
   1.   The tentative map number;
   2.   Sufficient legal description of the land included on the map to define the boundaries of the tentative tract or parcel map;
   3.   Names, addresses, and telephone numbers of the record owner, developer, and registered civil engineer preparing map;
   4.   North point, scale, date and area of tract or parcel map and the date of survey;
   5.   The width and approximate locations of all existing or proposed easements or right-of-way, whether for public or private roads, drainage, sewers, or flood-control purposes, shown by dashed lines. Existing easements shall show the name of the easement holder, purpose of easement, and the legal reference for the easement. If an easement is blanket or indeterminate in nature, a note to this effect shall be placed on the tentative map;
   6.   The actual street names of each existing highway or street shown on the tentative map;
   7.   The locations, widths, and approximate grades of all existing and proposed highways, streets, alleys, or ways within and adjacent to such tentative map. The radius of all centerline curves on highways, streets, alleys, or ways; a cross-section of each street; and any planned line for street widening or for any other public project in and adjacent to the land division. The lettered designation of each proposed highway or street shown on the tentative map;
   8.   The lot layout, the approximate dimensions of each lot, number of each lot, total area in square footage or acreage to the nearest one-tenth acre of each lot, and where pads are proposed for building sites, the approximate finish grade. Minimum lettering shall be one-eighth inch;
   9.   The locations of all areas subject to inundation or flood hazard and the locations, width, and directions of flow of all watercourses and flood-control areas within and adjacent to the property involved;
   10.   The contour of the land at intervals of not more than two feet if the general slope of the land is less than ten percent and five feet for all other areas. This shall include an area not less than one hundred feet surrounding the tentative tract;
   11.   The location and outline to scale of each building or structure within or immediately adjacent to the division of land and the proposed disposition of such building or structure. The approximate location, height, and general description of any trees with notations as to their retention or destruction;
   12.   The location of existing water or oil wells, oil tanks, sumps, cesspools, sewers, culverts, drain pipe, underground structures, or sand, gravel, or other excavations within the subdivision and within two hundred feet of any portion of the subdivision noting thereon whether or not they are to be abandoned, removed or used;
   13.   The location of existing or proposed surface easements, ground leases, or access agreements for oil production purposes;
   14.   A general location map of the area to be sub-divided showing its relation to existing main thoroughfares and the distance from the nearest public street centerline to the boundary of the proposed subdivision;
   15.   The location of all streets, existing or contained on adjacent approved tentative maps where such streets intersect the boundary of the subdivision or where such streets intersect another street that forms a boundary of the subdivision;
   16.   A layout of adjoining unsubdivided property in sufficient detail to show the effect of proposed streets that may intersect such property;
   17.   The location of any previously filled areas within the subdivision;
   18.   Proposed direction of flow and rate of grade of street drainage;
   19.   Statement of the present use and the proposed use or uses of the property;
   20.   The tentative map shall clearly indicate the proposal for handling of storm waters. In the event that such information cannot satisfactorily be shown on the tentative map, the map shall be accompanied by whatever supplemental maps or written reports are necessary to show the proposal;
   21.   The tentative map shall clearly show the method of sewage disposal. In the event this information cannot satisfactorily be shown on the tentative map, the map shall be accompanied by whatever supplemental maps or written reports are necessary to show the proposal;
   22.   The designation of all remainder parcels pursuant to Section 66424.6 of the Subdivision Map Act;
   23.   The department of planning and community development may waive any of the foregoing tentative map requirements whenever the division of land is such or does not necessitate compliance with these requirements or where other circumstances justify such waiver.
   B.   The following supplemental drawings, statements, and data shall accompany the tentative map:
   1.   A statement of existing and proposed zoning and existing and proposed uses of the property;
   2.   If the subdivider plans to develop the site, then he shall provide a proposed site plan with proposed sequence of construction. If no development is proposed, the site plan shall show existing conditions on the site;
   3.   A statement by a person holding a proprietary interest in the parcel or parcels comprising the division of land, consenting to the submission of the tentative map;
   4.   A preliminary title report;
   5.   A geologic and/or soils report if required by the city engineer;
   6.   A flood hazard report from the Los Angeles County flood-control district;
   7.   A preliminary grading plan;
   8.   An environmental assessment statement and/or input for a draft environmental impact report, as determined by the director of planning and community development;
   9.   If the map is for conversion of existing buildings into condominiums, community apartments, or a stock cooperative, subdivider shall submit all reports required by Chapter 20.50 of this code, and in addition, the following:
   a.   A report from a licensed structural pest control operator, approved by the city, on each structure and each unit within the structure;
   b.   A statement of repairs and improvements to be made by the subdivider necessary to refurbish and restore the project to achieve a high degree of appearance and safety;
   c.   The subdivider shall submit evidence that requirements of Section 66427.1 and other sections of the Subdivision Map Act related to tenant notification have been met;
   d.   Specific information concerning the demographic characteristics of the project including but not limited to makeup of existing tenant households (family size, length of residence, age), rental rate history, monthly vacancy rates, proposed sale price of units, and proposed homeowners' association fee;
   10.   Any other data or reports as deemed necessary by the department of planning and community development or the city engineer;
   11.   The department of planning and community development may waive any of the foregoing when such is not necessitated by the nature of the subdivision of land.
(Ord. 82-3-889 § 1 (part))