(A)   Plat. The preliminary plat shall be prepared by a licensed land surveyor at a scale of not more than 100 feet to the inch, and the sheets shall be numbered in sequence if more than one sheet is used. The preliminary plat shall show the following:
      (1)   The location of the property with respect to surrounding property and streets; the names of all adjoining property owners of record, or the names of adjoining developments; and the names of adjoining streets.
      (2)   The location and dimensions of all boundary lines of the property, to be expressed in feet and decimals of a foot.
      (3)   The location of existing streets, easements, water bodies, streams, and other pertinent features such as swamps, flood plains, railroads, buildings (with ties to property lines), parks, cemeteries, drainage ditches, and bridges.
      (4)   The location, pavement width, and right-of-way width of all existing and proposed streets, alleys, and other public ways; location and width of existing and proposed easements; and indication of building setback lines.
      (5)   The locations, dimensions, and areas of all proposed or existing lots.
      (6)   The location and dimensions of all property proposed to be set aside for park or playground use, or other public or private reservation, with designation of the purpose thereof, and conditions, if any, of the dedication or reservation.
      (7)   The name and address of owner(s) of land to be subdivided, the name and address of the subdivider if other than the owner, and the name of the land surveyor.
      (8)   The date of the map, approximate true north point, scale, and title of the subdivision.
      (9)   Sufficient data acceptable to the Plan Commission staff to enable determination of the location, bearing, and length of all lines, and reproduction of such lines upon the ground.
      (10)   The location of all proposed monuments.
      (11)   Names of all new streets.
      (12)   Indication of the use of any lot (single-family, two-family, multi-family, townhouse, etc., and all uses other than residential proposed by the subdivider).
      (13)   Blocks consecutively numbered or lettered in alphabetical order. The blocks in numbered sections of subdivisions bearing the same name shall be numbered or lettered consecutively throughout the several sections.
      (14)   Lots in each block consecutively numbered. Outlots shall be lettered in alphabetical order. If blocks are numbered or lettered, outlots shall be lettered in alphabetical order within each block.
      (15)   All information required on the sketch plan.
      (16)   The following notations shall also be shown:
         (a)   Explanation of drainage easements, if any.
         (b)   Explanation of site easements, if any.
         (c)   Explanations of site reservations, if any.
         (d)   Endorsement of owner, as follows:
Owner                   Date               
         (e)   The elevation of the 100-year flood plain for lands identified elsewhere by ordinance as flood-prone areas.
         (f)   A summary statement indicating total number of lots, total acreage, dwelling units per acre, and miles of new streets to be dedicated.
         (g)   Revision dates and description of changes made.
         (h)   Location of proposed swales, drainage easements, and stormwater and other management facilities.
         (i)   Where public sewer service is proposed, the layout of proposed sewage systems, including, but not limited to, the tentative locations of sewer mains and sewage treatment plants, showing the type and degree of treatment intended and the size and capacity of treatment facilities.
         (j)   Where central water service is proposed, the layout of proposed water distribution facilities including water mains, fire hydrants, storage tanks, and, where appropriate, wells or other water sources.
         (k)   Location of existing vegetation proposed to be retained.
   (B)   Site context map. A map showing the location of the proposed subdivision within its neighborhood context shall be submitted. For sites under 100 acres, the relationship of the subject property to natural and man-made features existing within 1,000 feet of the site shall be shown. For sites of 100 acres or more, the above relationships shall be shown within 2,000 feet of the site.
(Ord. 2014-03, passed 5-12-14)