The preliminary plat shall be clearly marked "preliminary plat," may be prepared in pen or pencil, may be drawn to a convenient scale, not less than one inch equals 100 feet, and shall show the following information:
Name of the proposed subdivision, name and address of the property owner, name and address of the subdivider if other than the owner, name and New York registration number of the surveyor and/or engineer preparing the plan, scale, North arrow and date.
A small locational sketch, at a scale of not less than one inch equals 800 feet, showing the general situation of the applicant's property with respect to surrounding properties and streets within 1,000 feet of it and an indication of the means by which the applicant intends to relate the development of his property to the most advantageous development of the area as a whole.
The approximate locations and dimensions of all property lines, the area of the proposed subdivision in acres, the names of owners of record of adjoining properties and of properties directly across the street and the boundaries and designations of any zoning or special districts affecting the tract.
The location of all existing structures and natural features, such as watercourses, ponds, lakes, swampy areas, rock outcroppings, stone walls, wooded areas and major trees.
The location and status of existing trees, proposals for the layout of new streets, including widths and approximate curve radii, and any existing or proposed utility or other easements or rights-of-way. The names of existing streets and proposed names for all new streets shall also be indicated.
Preliminary proposals for the arrangement of lots, including their identifying numbers and approximate dimensions and area.
Location and size of areas proposed to be reserved as open spaces for park or playground purposes.
A topographic map, drawn at the same scale as the preliminary plat and with a contour interval of five feet or less referred to sea level datum, shall be prepared for the area covered by the proposed subdivision and such surrounding area as may be necessary to determine the direction of drainage flow within the subdivision. The location of existing and proposed streets and property lines shall also be shown.
The topographic information may be included on the preliminary plat.
Whenever the preliminary plat covers only a part of an applicant's contiguous holding, the applicant shall submit, at a scale of not less than one inch equals 200 feet, a sketch in pen or pencil showing the proposed subdivision area together with its proposed street system and an indication of the probable future street system, lot arrangement and location of park reservations for the remaining portion of the tract. The design of the portion of the tract lying outside the boundary of the section currently being submitted is to be presented solely for the guidance of the Board in reviewing the preliminary plat. At a later date, either the subdivider or the Planning Board may propose a revision to the general layout before submitting additional sections of the tract for approval and filing. This map shall also show topographic data with a contour interval of five feet or less, the title of the proposed subdivision, the property owner's name, scale, North arrow and date. This information may be presented as part of the preliminary plat.
The preliminary construction plans may be prepared in pen or pencil, may be drawn to a convenient scale not less than one inch equals 100 feet, and shall include the following information:
Location and sizes of any existing water, sewer, storm drainage and other utility lines and structures within or alongside the proposed subdivision.
Preliminary proposals for the provision of water supply and fire protection, disposal of sanitary wastes, collection and discharge of stormwater drainage and underground burial of utility lines and equipment.
Preliminary street profiles showing the approximate grade of any proposed streets and the relationship of existing to finished grades of proposed roadways along their center lines and at each property line.
The subdivision plat shall be drawn on transparent tracing cloth with black waterproof ink, at a scale of not less than one inch equals 100 feet but preferably at a scale of one inch equals 50 feet. The sheet size shall not exceed 36 inches by 48 inches. If the size of the proposed subdivision requires a drawing larger than this, two or more sheets may be submitted, with match lines clearly indicated. The plat shall contain the following information:
Name of the subdivision, name and address of the owner of record and of the subdivider if other than the owner, certification and seal of the registered engineer or land surveyor who prepared the plat, names of the owners of record of adjoining properties and of properties directly across the street, graphic scale, North arrow and date.
The location and dimensions of all boundary lines of the proposed subdivision, existing and proposed streets, lot lines and, if radial, to be marked as such, easements, land to be deeded to the Town for recreation purposes, rights-of-way, Town boundaries and zoning district boundaries, if any, with sufficient data to readily determine the location, bearing, length, central angle and radius of all such lines and to reproduce such lines upon the ground. Where practicable, these should be referenced to monuments included in the state system of plane coordinates and, in any event, should be tied to reference points previously established by a public authority.
Location of all water bodies, swamps and streams and of existing buildings. Buildings to be removed as a condition of plat approval shall be so identified.
The area included in the subdivision, in the following format:
Approved identification number and area, to the nearest thousandth of an acre, of all lots and land reservations.
Names of existing streets and proposed names of new streets.
Location of all existing and proposed monuments.
Designation of the purpose and proposed use of all land reservations and/or easements.
An area inset map, at a scale of one inch equals 800 feet, showing all streets and properties within 1,000 feet of the applicant's property. All property held by the applicant shall be identified, the area included in the application shaded and the location of the proposed streets shown.
The following notations, where applicable:
Explanation of drainage easements as follows: "The drainage easements (or the drainage discharge points) shown hereon establish the perpetual right to discharge stormwater runoff from the highway and from the surrounding area onto and over the affected premises by means of pipes, culverts or ditches, or a combination thereof, together with the right of the holder of fee title of the highway, or his authorized representatives, to enter said premises for purposes of making such installations and doing such maintenance work as said holder of fee title may deem necessary to adequately drain the highway and surrounding area."
Explanation of slope easements as follows: "The slope easements shown hereon convey to the holder of fee title of the highway the right to enter said premises for the purpose of cutting and maintaining a stable earth slope."
Explanation of sight easements as follows: "The sight easements as shown hereon establish the perpetual right of the holder of fee title of the highway, or his authorized representatives, to clear, regrade and maintain the area within these easements at such elevation that there is a clear line of sight anywhere across the area between an observer's eye at an elevation of 3.5 feet above the street surface at the nearest edge of the street and an object one foot above the nearest edge of pavement on the intersecting street."
Explanation of reservations as follows: "Reserved for highway purposes" (or park purposes or other approved purpose).
Where streets, parks and/or other reservations are not afforded for cession to the Town, a notation to this effect and indicating the nature of the maintenance responsibility to be included as part of the deed of each lot shown on such plat.
Notation of any other self-imposed restrictions or covenants.
Endorsed approval by the Dutchess County Department of Health of the proposed method of water supply and sewage disposal.
Endorsement of the owner as follows:
Form for endorsement by the Planning Board Chairman as follows:
The notation as follows: "No building permits will be issued until the roads shown on this plat have been completed, with the exception of the wearing surface (§ A155-5A of Chapter A155, Highway Specifications, from the Code of the Town of Fishkill)."
Construction plans shall be prepared for all required improvements by a licensed professional engineer. Plans shall be drawn at the same scale as the final plat and on the same size sheets, but not on the same sheets. The following information shall be shown:
Plans and profiles showing the location and a typical cross section of street pavements, including curbs and gutters, sidewalks, manholes and catch basins; the location of street trees, streetlighting and street signs; the location, size and invert elevations of existing and proposed sanitary sewers, stormwater drains and fire hydrants; the location and size of all water, gas or other underground utilities or structures; and the location and design of any other required improvements.
Profiles showing existing and proposed elevations along the center lines of all streets. Where a proposed street intersects an existing street or streets, topography and road profiles within 500 feet of the intersection shall be shown. All elevations must be referred to established United States Geological Survey or approved local bench marks, where they exist within 1/2 mile of the subdivision.
The Planning Board may require, where steep slopes exist, cross sections showing existing elevations of all proposed streets every 100 feet at five points on a line at right angles to the center line of the street, said elevation points to be at the center line of the street, each property line and points 25 feet inside each property line.
Where the construction of the required improvements in the subdivision will necessitate the removal from the site of excess topsoil, earth, sand, gravel, rock or other substance from the ground from within the street rights-of-way and slope rights or from the areas reserved for drainage facilities, the quantity to be removed shall be stated on the construction plans.
Where the design of the subdivision requires the regrading of land within the subdivision, a grading plan shall be required as part of the construction plans. The grading plan shall show the limits of the area to be disturbed, existing and proposed contours at two-foot intervals, the estimated part thereof that will be used for regrading or filling and the rehabilitation proposed for the disturbed area. (Note: Unless the applicant intends to post a performance bond for all improvements in the proposed subdivision, the excavation portions of such improvement construction must be approved and bonded separately under the appropriate provisions of Chapter 150, Zoning.)
A notation as follows: "All specifications, materials and methods of construction to be in accordance with the Town construction standards and specifications and with the requirements of the Planning Board resolution of approval dated __________, 19_____."
A notation as follows, where appropriate: "The area shown within sight easements at street intersections to be cleared, graded and maintained in accordance with the standards set forth in the land subdivision regulations of the Town of Fishkill."
Notation of approval, on all sheets, as follows:
Title of all sheets; name, address, signature and seal of the licensed engineer preparing the construction plans; the date prepared, including revision dates, if any; and consecutive numbering as sheet __________ of __________.
The location at which construction trailers will be sited and any proposed screening of same.
[Added 7-17-2002 by L.L. No. 8-2002]