1117.04  CONTENTS.
   The final plat shall be comprised of the following:
   (a)    Identification and Description.
      (1)    Name of subdivision.
      (2)    Location by township, section, town and range, or by other legal description.
      (3)    Names of owners and surveyor.
      (4)    Scale of plat shall be one inch equals 100 feet, shown graphically.
      (5)   Date.
      (6)    North point.
   (b)    Delineation.
      (1)    Boundary of plat, based on an accurate traverse, with angular and lineal dimensions.
      (2)    Exact location, width and name of all streets within and adjoining the plat, and the exact location and widths of all alleys and crosswalkways. The name of a street shall not duplicate that of any existing street in the City or within the vicinity of the City. Proposed street names shall be checked with the proper City and County officials.
      (3)    True angles and distances to the nearest established lines or official monuments (not less than three) which shall be accurately described on the plat.
      (4)    Municipal, township, county or section lines accurately tied to the lines of the subdivision by distances and angles.
      (5)    Radii, internal angles, points of curvature, tangent bearings and lengths of all arcs.
      (6)    All easements for rights of way provided for public services or utilities.
      (7)    All lot numbers and lines, with accurate dimensions in feet and hundredths.
      (8)    Accurate location of all monuments and bench marks.
      (9)    Accurate outlines and legal descriptions of any areas to be dedicated or reserved for public use, with the purposes indicated thereon, and of any area to be reserved by deed covenant for common uses of all property owners.
      (10)    Building setback lines accurately shown with dimensions.
   (c)    Attendant Items.
      (1)    Building restrictions, trusts or covenants affecting the development of the subdivision. If too lengthy, these may be included separately and incorporated into the final plat by reference.
      (2)    Certification by the registered surveyor to the effect that the plat represents a survey made by him and that monuments shown thereon exist as located and that all dimensional and geodetic details are correct.
      (3)    Notarized certification, by the owner or owners, of the adoption of the plat and the dedication of streets and other public areas.
      (4)    Signature blocks for the Municipal Administrator and an officer of the Planning Commission.
      (5)    A certificate that all taxes have been paid shall accompany the final plat.
(Ord. 385. Passed 9-6-61.)