§ 153-31  Preliminary Plat and Plans Submittal Requirements.
   (A)   Preliminary plat information:
      (1)   Plat scale:  1 inch equals 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, or 100 feet shown on the plat;
      (2)   Plat may be submitted on several sheets and accompanied by an index sheet showing entire subdivision;
      (3)   Subdivision name, names and addresses of owner and developer;
      (4)   Location by section, township, range, county, state;
      (5)   Plat signed and sealed by a registered land surveyor;
      (6)   North arrow;
      (7)   Subdivision boundary shown as a heavy, dark, solid line with accurate distances and bearings to primary control points;.
      (8)   Location, width and status  (i.e., fee title, easement, county declaration, etc.) of all streets, alleys and other rights-of-way within and adjacent to the plat;
      (9)   Names of streets within (existing and proposed) and 150 feet outside of the plat boundaries;
      (10)   Bearings and distances to the nearest established section, or patent corners or other official monuments;
      (11)   Federal Emergency Management Agency flood zone designations shall be clearly indicated or noted on the plat;
      (12)   Lengths of all arc radii;
      (13)   All existing easements or rights-of-way provided for public services or utilities, canals, or drainage ditches including purposes and any limitations of such easements.  Also show and identify all other geophysical features within and 150 feet outside the plat boundaries;
      (14)   Proposed easements for right-of-way provided for public services or utilities, including purposes and any limitations of such easements;
      (15)   Lot lines (existing and proposed) with dimensions to the nearest foot and bearings;
      (16)   Building setback lines, shown graphically along all streets with dimensions;
      (17)   All access points (vehicular and pedestrian) located within 150 feet of the proposed subdivision including their location, name, width, title status (i.e., easement, fee title) and recording information, if applicable;
      (18)   Names and property lines of adjacent subdivision lots, and unsubdivided lands, shown with lightly dashed lines.  Unsubdivided lands shall have reference to Yuma County Assessor's Parcel Numbers.  Note locations and uses of all parcels or lots with non-residential uses;
      (19)   Accurate description of all monument or marker locations used on the plat;
      (20)   Accurate outlines of any areas being dedicated for public use with purposes indicated thereon and any area reserved by deed covenant for common use by all property owners in the subdivision, including private streets, if any;
      (21)   Retention designations and volumes as required, if applicable.  Deed restrictions to be recorded on subdivision plat with identified stormwater storage requirements;
      (22)   Clearly identify or note zoning district boundaries and designations on the property and within 150 feet outside the plat boundary;
      (23)   Draft restrictive covenants applying to lots in the subdivision;
      (24)   Show USPS approved cluster box unit  mailbox locations.
         (a)   Coordinate with the USPS for locations of cluster box unit mailboxes,
         (b)   Provide easement(s) and/or fee title dedication to the City of Yuma on the plat for the location(s) of the cluster box unit mailboxes,
         (c)   The cluster box unit mailboxes and supporting structures shall be located so that they do not create a traffic hazard, sight hinderence or other safety hazard per the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials' (AASHTO's) "Intersection Sight Distance" methodology, as presented in the most current revision adopted by the State of Arizona of "A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets".
      (25)   Two full street access points shall be shown for the proposed development.  Where such access cannot be provided due to existing development or land-locked property, provisions may be added to conditions for subdivision approval, which improve accessibility or reduce fire hazards through sprinklered structures and/or other solutions.
   (B)   Preliminary plat paving, grading and drainage plan information:
      (1)   Subdivision name; scale of 1 inch equals 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, or 100 feet;
      (2)   North arrow;
      (3)   Plan sealed, signed and dated by a registered engineer;
      (4)   Proposed subdivision boundary, drawn in a solid heavy line;
      (5)   Preliminary stormwater drainage report with plan;
      (6)   Street locations and overall layout, including street widths, street lengths, street names, alleys and typical and unusual cross-sections;
      (7)   Stormwater management features such as catch basins, storm drains, culverts, retention basins (historical flows), detention basins, lift stations and drainpipes with corresponding invert elevations to city datum control;
      (8)   Irrigation canals, drainage ditches, above ground infrastructure on street rights-of-way and other geophysical features shall be clearly indicated or noted on the plat;
      (9)   General finish grade information.
   (C)   Preliminary plat water, sewer and landscaping plan information:
      (1)   Subdivision name; scale of 1 inch equals 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, or 100 feet;
      (2)   North arrow;
      (3)   Plan sealed, signed and dated by a registered engineer;
      (4)   Proposed subdivision boundary, drawn in a solid heavy line;
      (5)   Water pipe sizes, locations, valves, manholes identified;
      (6)   Sewer pipe grades, sizes, locations, lift stations, manholes identified;
      (7)   Statement of sewer and water system integration with existing city systems and datum control;
      (8)   Identify landscaping areas;
      (9)   Irrigation canals, drainage ditches, above ground infrastructure on street rights-of-way and other geophysical features shall be clearly indicated or noted on the plat (as needed);
      (10)   Proposed underground utility easements and main line gas or other utility locations.
   (D)   Preliminary plat boundary and topography map information:
      (1)   Subdivision name;
      (2)   Location including section, township, range, county and state;
      (3)   Section and corporate lines clearly indicated;
      (4)   Scale of 1 inch equals 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, or 100 feet;
      (5)   North arrow;
      (6)   Survey sealed, signed and dated by a registered land surveyor;
      (7)   Federal Emergency Management Agency flood zone designations shall be clearly indicated or noted on the survey;
      (8)   Basis of bearings;
      (9)   Legend (line types, symbols and abbreviations);
      (10)   Description of city benchmarks and primary control points used;
      (11)   Proposed subdivision boundary, drawn in a solid heavy line;
      (12)   Land elevation contours based on city datum within 150 feet of platted area, one foot contour intervals unless otherwise approved by a city development engineer;
      (13)   Irrigation canals, drainage ditches, above ground infrastructure on street rights-of-way and other geophysical features shall be clearly indicated or noted on the Boundary and Topography Map.
('80 Code, App. B, § III)  (Ord. O2002-24, passed 5-1-02; Ord. O2010-62, passed 12-1-10)