Sec. 9-3.506.  Design and improvements.
   In addition to the information required by Sections 9-3.504 and 9-3.505 of this article, the tentative map shall also contain the following information:
   (a)   The Road Standard Plates, including right-of-way widths, centerline radii, and the approximate grades of all roads or streets; the street drainage system within the proposed subdivision; the approximate finished grades at street intersections and turnarounds and the widths and approximate locations of all existing or proposed public or private easements for roads, street drainage, and utilities; cut and fill slopes over five (5’) feet in vertical height and off-site grading; and the disposition of all earth material removed from the site and the source of all imported earth material to be used on the property;
   (b)   Private street improvements for parcel maps shall conform to Fire Department requirements relative to access and Public Works Department requirements for parcel maps;
   (c)   The proposed improvements on all existing roads or streets adjacent to or affected by the subdivision, including the necessary off-site access improvements;
   (d)   The street names on all existing streets within, adjacent to, or to be extended into the proposed subdivision. Proposed public or private streets, not officially named, should be shown as A Street, B Court, or C Road, unless a current listing of desired names has been approved for the tentative tract;
   (e)   The names and addresses of all operators of proposed subdivision utility systems (water, wastewater, electrical, gas, telephone, and cable television);
   (f)   The existing and proposed water and wastewater facilities;
   (g)   A tentative grading plan which shall clearly denote areas of, and in excess of twenty-five (25%) percent slope and all cuts and fill slopes greater than twenty-five (25’) feet in height;
   (h)   The location of all existing utility facilities and proposed facilities, both on and off site, including electric lines, communication lines, cable television lines, street lighting power supply lines, and appurtenances thereto shall be shown.  It shall be indicated whether the proposed facilities are to be installed underground or not;
   (i)   A depiction of all cut and fill slopes that are over five (5’) feet in vertical height showing elevation for the base and top of slopes as well as all proposed key-ways to stabilize slopes;
   (j)   Delineation of off-site grading and written authorization from the affected owners, granting a grading easement, as well as other necessary easements to record the final map;
   (k)   A grading plan which accurately delineates the manufactured slope areas that encroach into twenty-five (25%) percent or higher terrain;
   (l)   Identification on the map, showing the quantity of cut and fill material;
   (m)    The plotting of all dwelling units and accessory buildings on every pad, with all setback dimensions and yard-useable open space clearly delineated on the site plan;
   (n)   Identification of all one-, two- and three-story units and the percent mixture within the project boundaries;
   (o)   Written verification from all service utility companies that there is adequate capacity to allow connections during the life of the tentative map;
   (p)   Complete elevation plans for all houses, as well as floor plans for dwelling units and related accessory structures; and
   (q)   The identification of all recreation vehicle storage areas on the plan, set aside as a common facility or as private storage space on individual lots.
(Ord. 744-NS, eff. April 17, 1980, as amended by § 1, Ord. 1047-NS, eff. November 14, 1989)