Town of Kendall, NY
Orleans County
By using eCode360 you agree to be legally bound by the Terms of Use. If you do not agree to the Terms of Use, please do not use eCode360.
The sketch plan may consist of a schematic freehand drawing containing information on existing site conditions, on the boundaries of the proposed subdivision and other adjoining lands of the subdivider, on the proposed layout of streets, land use, proposed lots building types and other improvements. The sketch plan may be prepared on a blowup of a USGS print containing topographic information.
The preliminary plan shall be drawn at a scale of one inch equals 100 inches or larger.
A. 
Identifying information. Identifying information on the plan should consist of the following:
(1) 
Proposed subdivision name.
(2) 
Magnetic North point, graphic scale and date.
(3) 
Subdivision tract boundaries, with bearings and distances.
(4) 
Location of subdivision relative to existing streets.
(5) 
Names and owners of abutting lands or subdivisions.
(6) 
Size of subdivision in acres.
(7) 
Copies of existing deed restrictions.
B. 
Data on existing site conditions. Data on existing site conditions of the tract shall be shown on the preliminary plan as follows:
(1) 
Topographic contour lines, based on USGS datum, at intervals of five feet, or at lesser intervals if deemed necessary by the Planning Board.
(2) 
Location of all significant trees, wooded areas, watercourses, and other significant natural features.
(3) 
Location of existing buildings, sewers, water mains, culverts, fire hydrants, streets (including rights-of-way and pavement widths and names), transmission lines, gas, oil and other underground lines.
(4) 
Location of existing property lines, easements and rights-of-way.
C. 
Proposed subdivision layout. Data on the proposed subdivision layout and improvements consisting of the following shall be submitted:
(1) 
Proposed location and width of all public and private streets, easements, lot lines, playgrounds, public buildings and areas, and land proposed to be dedicated or reserved for public use.
(2) 
Where the preliminary plan covers only a part of the subdivider's entire holdings, a sketch shall be submitted of the prospective street layout for the remainder.
(3) 
Proposed grading, profiles and cross sections of all streets and proposed location and type of other physical improvements.
(4) 
Proposed sanitary and storm sewer systems and water supply system and location and results of any required percolation tests.
(5) 
Proposed deed restrictions.
The final plan shall be a clear, legible white print made from an ink tracing on cloth or other permanent plastic material. Final plans shall be on sheets 24 inches by 36 inches in size, and such plans which are drawn on two or more sections shall be accompanied by a location or key diagram showing the relative location of each section. The scale of the final plan shall be one inch to 100 feet or larger.
A. 
Identifying information. Identifying information of the final plan shall consist of the following:
(1) 
Proposed subdivision name.
(2) 
Magnetic North point, graphic scale and date.
(3) 
Name of record owner and subdivider.
(4) 
Name and seal of registered professional engineer or surveyor.
(5) 
Subdivision tract boundaries, with bearings and distances.
(6) 
Location of subdivision relative to existing streets.
(7) 
Name and owners of abutting lands or subdivisions.
(8) 
Size of subdivision in acres.
(9) 
Copies of existing deed restrictions.
B. 
Lot and street layout. The final plan shall include information on the lot and street layout as follows:
(1) 
Street lines, lot lines, rights-of-way, easements, and areas dedicated or proposed to be dedicated to public use.
(2) 
Sufficient data to determine readily the location, bearing and length of every street, lot, and boundary line and to reproduce such lines as on the ground.
(3) 
The length of all straight lines, radii, lengths of curves and tangent bearings for each street.
(4) 
All dimensions and angles or bearings of the lines of each lot and of each area proposed to be dedicated to public use.
(5) 
The proposed building setback line for each street, or the proposed placement of each building.
(6) 
Location and width of all private driveways.
(7) 
All dimensions shall be shown in feet and in hundredths of a foot.
(8) 
Lot numbers and blocks lettered in alphabetical order.
(9) 
Names of streets within and adjacent to the subdivision.
(10) 
Permanent reference monuments and markers.
C. 
Data on construction proposals. The final plan shall include a proposed construction plan for all physical improvements showing the following:
(1) 
Location, size and invert elevation of all sanitary, storm and combined sewers and location of all manholes, inlets and culverts.
(2) 
Location of all proposed septic tank and drainage field locations.
(3) 
Typical cross-section, street profiles and drainage details for all streets. Such profiles shall show at least the following: existing (natural) grade along the proposed street center line; existing (natural) grade along each side of the proposed street right-of-way; proposed finished center line grade or proposed finished grade at top of curbs; sanitary sewer mains and manholes; storm sewer mains, inlets, manholes and culverts.
(4) 
All construction specifications and details.
D. 
Certification data. The final plan shall include certificates of endorsement of the plan ready for signature of the following types:
(1) 
Certificate for the approval of the Planning Board.
(2) 
Certificate for the building official and/or Town Engineer, certifying that the subdivider has met all the requirements of Articles IV and V of this chapter, including the requirements for performance and maintenance bonds.
(3) 
Certificate of adequacy of proposed sewage and water supply systems by the Orleans County Health Department or the Town Engineer.
(4) 
Offers of cession of streets and other public property.
(5) 
An affidavit that the applicant is the owner or equitable owner of the land proposed to be subdivided.
(6) 
A statement duly acknowledged before an officer authorized to take acknowledgement of deeds and signed by the owner or owners of the property, to the effect that the subdivision as shown on the final plan is made with his or their free consent and that is desired to record the same.
(7) 
Protective covenants, if any, in form for recording.
(8) 
An affidavit from each and every utility company that utility easements as provided satisfy the requirements of the respective utility company.
In the case of a minor subdivision only with less than five lots, and containing no new streets or highways or other physical improvements, the preliminary plan application shall include the following:
A. 
A copy of such covenants or deed restrictions as are intended to cover all or part of the tract.
B. 
An actual field survey of the boundary lines of the tract, giving complete descriptive data by bearings and distances, made by and certified by a licensed land surveyor. The corners of the tract shall also be located on the ground and marked by monument as approved by the Town Engineer, and shall be referenced and shown on the plan.
C. 
All on-site sanitation and water supply facilities must be designed, at least, to meet the minimum specifications or the Orleans County Department of Health and other applicable local sanitary codes, and a note to this effect shall be stated on the Plan and signed by the Orleans County Health Department or the Town Engineer. The applicant will be responsible for any expense incurred in obtaining this signature.
D. 
Proposed subdivision name, name of the town and county in which it is located.
E. 
The date, North point, map scale, name and address of record owner and the subdivider.