Preliminary subdivision plans must have all elements within Table 1 included in the application before a staff review is completed. The planning commission in its recommendation and the city council in its approval shall take into consideration all elements and approval criteria in Table 1.
Table 1 Element and Approval Criteria for Preliminary Plans
Approval Criteria
Table 1 Element and Approval Criteria for Preliminary Plans
Approval Criteria
The owner, developer, and engineer’s names, addresses, and telephone numbers
Use as contact for the project for comments and notifications.
Submitted by licensed engineer
The earmark that distinguishes a licensed/registered professional engineer is the authority to sign and seal or “stamp” engineering documents for a design or analysis, thus taking legal responsibility for it.
Proposed name of subdivision
The name shall not duplicate, be the same in spelling, or alike in pronunciation with the name of any other recorded subdivision, unless it is an extension of or adjoining to an existing subdivision.
The names of all adjoining subdivisions with adjoining unplatted property shall be labeled as such
Showing connectivity with lot and block lines, easements, and rights-of-way.
Lot and block layout
Comply with §§ 157.095 through 157.098.
Vicinity map to scale showing location of preliminary subdivision plan
Includes other property between 660-1,320' in every direction.
Proposed zoning districts
Sufficient to allow for staff review of residential densities and nonresidential structure size.
Area, legal description and notations stating acreage, scale, and north arrow
Determine if plan boundaries meet stated ownership; adjacent property notification, if required; measurement and review of plans.
The location of existing blocks, lots, building lines, water courses, drainageways, bridges, culverts, wells, cell towers, septic systems, on-site wastewater systems, present structures, any fixtures, and any pertinent natural features in the area affected, with principal dimensions and all significant information in regard to property, immediately adjacent on all sides
Will not place any existing lot or building in violation of any applicable ordinance, code, regulation, law including, but not limited to, zoning, building, subdivision, and flood prevention and comply with the parks/open space needs identified within the growth management plan and §§ 157.190 and 157.191.
Existing contours referenced to city datum with intervals sufficient to determine the character and topography of the land to be subdivided
Utility coordination and comply with water, sewer, grading/drainage plans.
Boundary lines of floodways and 100-year flood zones delineated on the Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM)
To ensure buildable lots.
Phasing and timelines
Per annexation resolution and for purposes of identifying final utility plan parcels (based on watershed boundaries); construction planning for private and public entities.
Proposed city reimbursements
Coordination with CIP and city disbursements.
Other data consistent with or required within the developers/preannexation agreement
Only data as required within an annexation, preannexation.
Preliminary drainage plan
Comply with EDS Ch. 13.2.2
Preliminary sanitary sewer plan
Comply with EDS Ch. 13.2.2
Preliminary street lighting plan
Comply with EDS Ch. 13.2.2
Preliminary street plan
Comply with EDS Ch. 13.2.2
Preliminary water plan
Comply with EDS Ch. 13.2.2
(1992 Code, App. A, § 15A.04.020) (Ord. 81-08, passed 7-7-2008; Ord. 94-16, passed 8-2-2016; Ord. 87-18, passed 10-2-2018)