1115.03  CONTENTS.
   The Preliminary Plat shall be comprised of the following:
   (a)   Identification and Description.
      (1)    Proposed name of the subdivision.
      (2)    Location by township, section, town and range, or by other legal description.
      (3)    Names and addresses of developer and surveyor who made the plat.
      (4)    Scale of plat shall be one inch equals 100 feet.
      (5)    Date.
      (6)    North point.
         (Ord. 385.  Passed 9-6-61.)
   (b)    Delineation of Existing Conditions.
      (1)    Boundary line of proposed subdivision indicated by solid heavy line and the total approximate acreage encompassed thereby.
      (2)    Location, widths and names of all existing or prior platted streets or other public ways, railroad and utility rights of way, parks, other public open spaces, permanent buildings and structures, and section and corporation lines, within or adjacent to the tract.
      (3)    Existing sewers, water mains, culverts or other underground facilities within the tract, Indicating pipe size, grades and location, as obtained from public records.
      (4)    Existing zoning of proposed subdivision and adjacent tracts, in zoned areas.
      (5)    The names and adjacent boundaries of all adjoining subdivisions and the names of recorded owners of adjoining parcels of unsubdivided land.
      (6)    Contours at one-foot intervals, as obtained from a topographical survey.
         (Ord. 5-74.  Passed 1-28-74.)
   (c)    Delineation of Proposed Conditions.
      (1)    Layout of streets, their names and widths and also the widths of alleys, crosswalkways and easements.
      (2)    Layout, numbers and dimensions of lots.
      (3)    Parcels of land intended to be dedicated or temporarily reserved for public use or set aside for use of property owners in the subdivision.
      (4)    Building setback lines, showing dimensions.
      (5)    Sketch plans or written statements regarding the grades and typical cross sections of proposed streets, the facilities for storm water drainage and any other proposed improvements within the subdivision.
   (d)    A Key Map. The key map shall consist of a print of the appropriate tax map or its equivalent at a scale of not less than one inch equals 400 feet, with the boundaries of the proposed subdivision indicated thereon, and covering the area within a half mile radius thereof.
      (Ord. 385.  Passed 9-6-61.)