[Amended 1-19-1977 by Ord. No. 3-77; 8-23-1988 by Ord. No. 25-88]
General. The final plat shall be submitted to the Land Use Board within the time period allowed by the Land Use Board at the time of tentative approval or extensions thereof, if any.
Required documents to be submitted with final plat. The following documents or proofs shall be submitted with all final major subdivision plats:
Three copies of final subdivision application forms.
Six copies of the final plat and final lot grading plan.
Off-site drainage assessment fee (when required).
Proof of payment of all current taxes due and assessments for local improvements, if any.
Performance bond in cash or other surety satisfactory to the Land Use Board, in accordance with a bond estimate prepared by the Township Engineer, guaranteeing the construction of all remaining required improvements within two years of final approval.
Maintenance bond in surety form or cash equivalent to 15% of the value of all required improvements (said value as determined by the Township Engineer), to remain in effect for a period of not less than two years from the date of final approval.
Certificate of title and certification of the owner consenting to the subdivision and filing of the plat.
Final plat submission procedure. The applicant shall submit all the required proofs or documents to the Secretary of the Land Use Board. The Secretary shall then forward copies of the final plat and lot grading plans to the Township Engineer for review and report. Upon receipt of the Township Engineer's report, the Land Use Board shall act on the final plat. The Land Use Board shall act within 45 days of the date whereon the subdivider had complied with all actions required of him by this chapter. Failure of the Land Use Board to act within the allotted time or a mutually agreed-upon extension shall be deemed to be favorable action, and the Township Clerk shall issue a certificate to that effect.
[Amended 8-9-1988 by Ord. No. 20-88]
The Township Engineer shall review the final plat and report to the Land Use Board as follows:
That he is in receipt of as-built plans and a certification from the developer showing all utilities and improvements in exact location and elevation, identifying those portions already installed and those to be installed.
That all improvements completed by the developer prior to submission of the final plat to the Land Use Board have been inspected and approved by the Township Engineer.
That the subdivider has installed all improvements in accordance with the requirements of this chapter.
That the submitted final plat conforms exactly to the preliminary plat as approved by the Land Use Board or the recommendation of the submission of a revised preliminary plat, if the final plat does not so conform.
General. The final plat shall be clearly and legibly drawn on a reproducible tracing base. Any map which in the opinion of the Township Engineer is not clear and legible shall be returned to the applicant without action by the Land Use Board. Final plats shall be drawn to a scale commensurate with the size of the property being subdivided, but in no instance shall it be less than one inch equals 100 feet, unless approval is obtained from the Township Engineer. All plats shall be prepared by a licensed professional engineer or land surveyor in compliance with the provisions of this chapter.
Required information on final plat. The following information shall be shown on all final plats:
Title box showing tract name and section, if any, Tax Map block and lot numbers, map date, showing month, day and year, revision box and graphic scale.
Land Use Board approval block.
[Amended 1-19-1977 by Ord. No. 3-77]
Entire tract acreage to the nearest hundredth of an acre.
Total number of building lots created by the subdivision.
Name and address of the subdivider and name and address of the owner, together with a certification by the owner attesting to his ownership and consenting to the subdivision.
Tax block and lot numbers of all adjacent lands.
Key map at an appropriate scale, showing the subdivision in relation to surrounding major arteries and waterways.
Complete survey boundary information.
All existing streets within and contiguous to the proposed subdivision, showing names, width and established center line.
All existing easements, rights-of-way and other reserved lands within the subdivision, showing width, purpose and grantee.
All proposed street dedications, easements and rights-of-way, showing location, width, purpose and grantee, and all other reserved lands, indicating size and proposed use.
All existing buildings and watercourses.
Proposed street names and lot and block numbers, which shall be approved by the Township Engineer.
Dimensions of each and every lot within the subdivision.
All monumentation, both existing and proposed.
Complete curve data for all street center lines, showing identification number, radius, central angle, tangent length, curve length and chord length.
Setback lines from all streets, properly dimensioned.
Certification as follows:
From the land surveyor, attesting to the accuracy of the map and survey and the status of monuments shown on the plat.
From the Land Use Board, attesting to approval of the map, the time limit for filing, the bonding of monuments, when such is the case, and approval of the street layout without obligation for acceptance.
Owner's certification, attesting to ownership and consenting to the subdivision and filing thereof.
Required information on final lot grading plan. The final lot grading plan shall be drawn to the same scale as the preliminary plat and shall show the following information:
All streets and lots within the proposed subdivision, including lot and block numbers. Lot dimensions shall also be shown when they do not obscure the legibility of the other information.
Existing ground contours at the same interval required for the preliminary plan.
All surface improvements, properly delineating between constructed and to be constructed.
All storm drainage.
As-built center-line and top-of-curb elevations every 50 feet along all streets.
Graphic location of all proposed buildings, showing type, finished floor elevation, garage elevation and type of foundation (basement, crawl space, slab).
Proposed elevations at all lot corners, house corners, swales and other locations sufficient to clearly establish the direction of surface runoff from all lot areas.
Upon filing of the final map, the developer may obtain building permits for all lots shown on the final plat.
No certificates of occupancy shall be issued until all inspections have been made pertaining to the individual structure and until all required improvements and individual site improvements have been completed.