City of Neosho, MO
Newton County
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[CC 1979 App. A §2; Ord. No. 827 §2, 10-17-1972; Ord. No. 137-2002 §1, 4-1-2003]
In their interpretation and application, the provisions of this Chapter shall be held to be the minimum requirements adopted for the protection of the public health, safety and welfare. To protect the public, among other purposes, such provisions are intended to provide for permanently wholesome community environment, adequate municipal services and safe streets.
[CC 1979 App. A §3; Ord. No. 827 §3, 10-17-1972; Ord. No. 137-2003 §1, 4-1-2003]
This Chapter shall apply to any lot or lots forming a part of a subdivision created and recorded after the effective date of this Chapter. Nor is it intended by this Chapter to repeal, abrogate, annul or in any way impair or interfere with existing provisions of other laws or ordinances, except those specifically repealed by this Chapter, or with private restrictions placed upon property by deed, covenant or other private agreement, or with restrictive covenants running with the land to which the City is a party. Where this Chapter imposes a greater restriction upon land than is imposed or required by such existing provisions of law, ordinance, contract or deed, the provisions of this Chapter shall control.
[CC 1979 App. A §4; Ord. No. 827 §4, 10-17-1972; Ord. No. 137-2003 §1, 4-1-2003]
The provisions of this Chapter shall be administered by the City Manager and/or designee. The Planning and Zoning Commission shall act as the public review and recommendation board prior to submission for Council approval.
[CC 1979 App. A §5; Ord. No. 827 §5, 10-17-1972; Ord. No. 1123, 11-3-1981; Ord. No. 137-2003 §1, 4-1-2003; Ord. No. 392-2009 §1, 5-5-2009]
For the purposes of this Section, the following terms, phrases, words and their derivations shall have the meaning given herein. When not inconsistent with the context, words used in the present tense include the future, words in the plural number include the singular number, and words in the singular number include the plural number. The word "shall" is always mandatory and not merely directory.
CITY
The City of Neosho, Missouri.
CITY COUNCIL
The City Council of the City of Neosho, Missouri.
FINAL PLAT
The final map, drawing or chart on which the subdivider's plan of subdivision is presented to the City Manager and/or designee and the Planning and Zoning Commission for approval and which, if approved by the City Council, will be submitted to the County Recorder for recording.
LOT
A parcel or portion of land in a subdivision or plat of land, separated from other parcels or portions by description as on a subdivision or record of survey map or by metes and bounds, for the purpose of sale or lease to, or separate use of, another.
LOT SPLIT
A division of a parcel of land into two (2) lots or parcels for the purpose of transfer of ownership or building development, or if a new street is involved, any division of a parcel of land; provided that a division of land which may be ordered or approved by a court or affected by testamentary or in testate provisions, or a division of land for agricultural purposes into lots or parcels of ten (10) acres or more and not involving a new street shall not be deemed a subdivision. The term "subdivision" includes "resubdivision" and, when appropriate to the context, relates to the process of subdividing or to the land or territory subdivided.
OFFICIAL MAP
The map established by the City showing the streets, highways and parks theretofore laid out, adopted and established by law and any amendments thereto adopted by the City or additions thereto resulting from the approval of subdivision plats by the Neosho City Council and the subsequent filing of such approved plats.
OWNER
Any individual, firm, association, syndicate, co-partnership, corporation, trust or any other legal entity having sufficient proprietary interest in the land sought to be subdivided to commence and maintain proceedings to subdivide the same under this Chapter.
PLANNING COMMISSION
The Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Neosho, Missouri.
PRELIMINARY PLAT
The preliminary map, drawing or chart indicating the proposed layout of the subdivision to be submitted to the Planning and Zoning Commission for its consideration.
STREETS AND ALLEYS
"Street" is a way for vehicular traffic, whether designated as a street, highway, thoroughfare, parkway, throughway, road, avenue, boulevard, lane, place or however otherwise designated.
1. 
"Alley" is a minor way which is used primarily for vehicular service access to the back or the side of properties otherwise abutting on a street;
2. 
"Cul-de-sac" or "Dead-end street" is a minor street with only one (1) outlet;
3. 
"Width, street" is the shortest distance between the lines delineating the right-of-way of a street.
SUBDIVIDER
Any individual, firm, association, syndicate, co-partnership, corporation, trust or any other legal entity commencing proceedings under this Chapter to effect a subdivision of land hereunder for himself/herself or for another.
SUBDIVISION
The division of a parcel of land into three (3) or more lots or parcels for the purpose of transfer of ownership or building development, or if a new street is involved, any division of a parcel of land; provided that a division of land which may be ordered or approved by a court or affected by testamentary or in testate provisions, or a division of land for agricultural purposes into lots or parcels of ten (10) acres or more and not involving a new street shall not be deemed a subdivision. The term "subdivision" includes "resubdivision" and, when appropriate to the context, relates to the process of subdividing or to the land or territory subdivided. The term shall include any division in an existing subdivision of two (2) or more parcels into three (3) or more parcels for the purpose of transfer of ownership or building development, whether the newly created parcels are divided simultaneously or in stages.
[CC 1979 App. A §6; Ord. No. 827 §6, 10-17-1972; Ord. No. 137-2003 §1, 4-1-2003]
Except as provided in this Chapter, no person shall subdivide any tract of land which is located within the City except in conformity with the provisions of this Chapter.
[CC 1979 App. A §7; Ord. No. 827 §7, 10-17-1972; Ord. No. 137-2003 §1, 4-1-2003]
A. 
Recording Of Plat. No plat of any subdivision shall be entitled to record in the County Recorder's office or have any validity until it shall have been approved in the manner prescribed herein. In the event any such unapproved plat is recorded, it shall be considered invalid.
B. 
Sale Of Land In Subdivision. No owner or agent of the owner of any land located within a subdivision shall transfer, sell, agree to sell or negotiate to sell any land by reference to, exhibition of, or by the use of a plan or plat of a subdivision before such plan or plat has been approved and recorded in the manner prescribed herein. The description of such lot or parcel by metes and bounds in the instrument of transfer or other documents used in the process of selling or transferring shall not exempt the transaction from the provisions of this Chapter.
C. 
Permits. The Building Inspector shall not issue building or repair permits for any structure on a lot in a subdivision for which a plat has not been approved and recorded in the manner prescribed herein.
D. 
Public Improvements. The City hereby defines its policy to be that the City will withhold all public improvements of whatsoever nature, including the maintenance of streets and the furnishing of sewerage facilities and water service, from all subdivisions which have not been approved and from all areas dedicated to the public which have not been accepted by the Council in the manner prescribed herein.
E. 
Revision Of Plat After Approval. No changes, erasures, modifications or revisions shall be made in any plat of a subdivision after approval has been given by the Commission, and endorsed in writing on the plat, unless the said plat is first resubmitted to the Planning and Zoning Commission.
[CC 1979 App. A §8; Ord. No. 827 §8, 10-17-1972; Ord. No. 1030 §§1, 2, 4-17-1979; Ord. No. 18-2000 §1, 4-18-2000; Ord. No. 137-2003 §1, 4-1-2003]
A. 
Preliminary Plat.
1. 
Contents. The preliminary plat shall show, on a map, all the facts needed to enable the City Manager or designee and the City Planning and Zoning Commission to determine whether the proposed layout of the land in a subdivision is satisfactory from the standpoint of public interest.
2. 
Preparation. The preliminary plat shall be prepared by a registered engineer or surveyor. The design of all streets, stormwater retention, sewer and water shall be designed by a registered engineer and plans shall contain a registered engineer's stamp.
3. 
Filing. Fifteen (15) days prior to the Planning and Zoning Commission meeting at which consideration is desired the subdivider shall file an application for preliminary approval with the City Clerk and at least fifteen (15) copies of the preliminary plat according to the standards and other provisions of these regulations.
4. 
Approval.
a. 
Time requirement. The City Manager or designee and the City Planning and Zoning Commission shall act on the preliminary plat within sixty (60) days after filing unless such time is extended by agreement. If no action is taken by the City Manager or designee and the City Planning and Zoning Commission within said sixty (60) days after filing or such longer period as may have been agreed upon, the preliminary plat as filed shall be deemed approved and it shall be the duty of the Chairman of the Planning and Zoning Commission to comply with (b)(1) below.
b. 
Notice of action taken. The Planning and Zoning Commission shall determine whether the preliminary plat shall be approved, approved with modifications or disapproved and shall give notice to the subdivider in the following manner:
(1) 
If approved, the Chairman of the Planning and Zoning Commission shall affix his/her signature to the plat and attach thereto a notation that it has received preliminary approval and return it to the subdivider for compliance with final approval requirements.
(2) 
If approved with modifications or disapproved, the Chairman of the Planning and Zoning Commission shall attach to the plat a statement of the reasons for such action and return it to the subdivider. In any case, a notation of the action taken, and requisite reasons therefore, shall be entered in the records of the Planning and Zoning Commission.
c. 
Effect of approval. Approval of the preliminary plat by the Commission shall not constitute final acceptance of the subdivision by the Council.
d. 
Right of subdivider after approval. Preliminary approval shall confer upon the subdivider the right for a one (1) year period from the date of approval that the general terms and conditions under which the preliminary approval was granted will not be changed.
B. 
Final Plat.
1. 
Scope. The final plat will have incorporated all changes or modifications required by the City Manager or designee and the Planning and Zoning Commission, otherwise it shall conform to the preliminary plat, and it may constitute only that portion of the approved preliminary plat, which the subdivider proposes to record and develop at the time, provided that such portion conforms with all the requirements of this Chapter.
2. 
Preparation. The final plat shall be prepared by a registered engineer or surveyor. The design of all streets, stormwater retention, sewer and water shall be designed by a registered engineer and plans shall contain a registered engineer's stamp.
3. 
Filing.
a. 
Required matter. After receiving notice of the action of the City Manager or designee and the Planning and Zoning Commission approving the preliminary plat, the subdivider shall proceed to file with the City Council:
(1) 
Nine (9) copies of the final plat;
(2) 
A written application for final approval;
(3) 
A statement by the City certifying that it is in receipt of, and approves of a map showing all streets, stormwater improvements and utilities in exact location and elevation, identifying those portions already installed and those to be installed and that the subdivider has complied with Subsection (B) above.
b. 
Time limits. The final map shall be filed not later than one hundred twenty (120) days after the date of approval of the preliminary plat, otherwise it will be considered void unless an extension is requested in writing by the subdivider and for good cause granted by, the Council. The final plat shall be filed at least five (5) working days prior to the meeting at which it is to be considered. The final plat shall be considered officially filed after it is examined by the Council and is found to be in full compliance with the formal provisions of these regulations accepted by the Council and approval by the Council certified thereon.
c. 
Recording. The subdivider shall record an original and nine (9) copies of the final plat in the office of the County Recorder of Newton County, Missouri, within thirty (30) days after the date of approval, otherwise the final plat shall be considered void.
C. 
Improvements. Prior to any construction taking place or a building permit being issued for construction within any subdivision in the City of Neosho, Missouri, or prior to a subdivider offering lots for sale to the public for the purpose of building homes or structures thereon, all improvements required by Section 410.090 shall have been constructed servicing the lot or lots to be sold or to be built upon.
[CC 1979 App. A §9; Ord. No. 827 §9, 10-17-1972; Ord. No. 97-15 §1, 5-6-1997; Ord. No. 137-2003 §1, 4-1-2003; Ord. No. 301-2007 §1, 8-7-2007]
A. 
Conformity With Master Plan And Official Map. The proposed subdivision shall conform to the Master Plan and Official Map.
B. 
Streets.
1. 
Conformity. The arrangement, character, extent, width, grade and location of all streets shall conform to the Official Map and shall be considered in their relation to existing and planned streets, to topographical conditions, to public convenience and safety, and in their appropriate relation to the proposed uses of the land to be served by such streets. Where not shown on the Official Map, the arrangement and other design standards of streets shall conform to the provisions found herein.
2. 
Relation to adjoining street system. The arrangement of streets in new subdivisions shall make provision for the continuation of the existing streets in adjoining areas.
3. 
Projection of streets. Where adjoining areas are not subdivided, the arrangement of streets in new subdivision shall make provision for the proper projection of streets.
4. 
Streets to be carried to property lines. In such occasions when the developing subdivision adjoins unsubdivided property which may be subsequently divided, all new streets shall either be carried to the exact boundaries or in the alternative road/street easements shall be granted to the City for purposes of future extension of said road to the exact boundary of the adjoining property. It is strictly prohibited to retain a portion of land between the property boundary and the termination of the street which would result in the inability to extend the road/street at a future date.
5. 
Street jogs prohibited. Street jogs with centerline offsets of less than one hundred fifty (150) feet shall be avoided.
6. 
Dead-end street or cul-de-sac. Dead-end streets or culs-de-sac, designed to be so permanently, shall not be longer than seven hundred (700) feet and shall be provided at the closed end with a turnaround having an outside street property line diameter of at least one hundred (100) feet. If a dead-end street is of a temporary nature, a similar turnaround shall be provided and provision made for future extension of the street into adjoining properties.
7. 
Street widths. Street widths shall not be less than fifty (50) feet. Surfaced portion shall be not less than twenty-six (26) feet in width exclusive of curb and gutter. Streets shall be constructed on a level plane with a standard center crown, unless otherwised approved by the City under special conditions.
8. 
Intersections. The intersection of more than two (2) streets at one (1) point shall be avoided except where it is impracticable to secure a proper street system otherwise. Streets shall intersect one another at an angle as near to a right angle as possible. Street intersections shall be rounded with a radius of twenty (20) feet measured at the back of curbs when the said intersection occurs at right angles. If an intersection occurs at an angle other than a right angle, it shall be rounded with a curve of a radius acceptable to the City Manager or designee and the Planning and Zoning Commission.
9. 
Subdivision into tracts larger than ordinary building lots. Where a tract is subdivided into larger parcels than ordinary building lots, such parcels shall be arranged so as to allow the opening of future streets and logical further resubdivision.
10. 
Half-streets prohibited. Half-streets shall be prohibited, except where essential to the reasonable development of the subdivision in conformity with the other requirements of these regulations and where the Commission finds it will be practicable to require the dedication of the other half when the adjoining property is subdivided. Wherever a half-street is adjacent to a tract to be subdivided, the other half of the street shall be platted within such tract.
11. 
Street names and numbers. Names of new streets shall not duplicate existing or platted street names unless a new street is a continuation of or in alignment with the existing or platted streets.
12. 
Access to streets across ditches. The subdivider shall provide access to all proposed streets, across all ditches, in a standard method approved by the City.
13. 
Vacation of streets. The Council shall not vacate any street or part of a street dedicated for public use if such vacation interferes with the uniformity of the existing street pattern or any future street plans prepared for the area.
14. 
Flood retention basins. Flood retention basins are required to be constructed to comply with all provisions of the Neosho "Stormwater Runoff Management Regulations", Chapter 430 and Chapter 425, "Flood Damage Prevention". This basin must be designed by a registered, licensed engineer to meet the guidelines of said ordinance.
15. 
Private streets. Private streets shall not be approved nor shall public improvements be approved for any private street.
16. 
Hardship to owners of adjoining property avoided. The street arrangements shall not be such as to cause hardship to owners of adjoining property in platting their own land and providing convenient access to it.
C. 
Easements.
1. 
Provided for utilities. Easements with a right-of-way width of ten (10) feet shall be provided along the front of all lot lines and along certain side or rear lot lines where necessary for utilities.
2. 
Provided for drainage. Where a subdivision is traversed by a watercourse, drainage way, channel or stream, there shall be provided a stormwater easement or drainage right-of-way conforming substantially with the lines of such watercourse and such further width or construction, or both, as will be adequate for the purpose.
3. 
Flood retention. A flood retention basin easement must be identified for the required construction of a flood retention basin to comply with all provisions of the Neosho "Stormwater Runoff Management Regulations", Chapter 430 and Chapter 425, "Flood Damage Prevention". Adequate ingress and egress must be included.
D. 
Blocks — Factors Governing Dimensions. Block length and width or acreage within bounding roads shall be such as to accommodate the size of lot required in the area by the Zoning Code and to provide for convenient access, circulation control and safety of street traffic.
E. 
Lots.
1. 
Dimensions. Lot dimensions and area shall not be less than the requirements of the Zoning Code.
2. 
Location. All lots shall abut by their full frontage on a publicly dedicated street or a street that has received the legal status as such.
3. 
Lines. Side lot lines shall be substantially at right angles to straight street lines or radial to curved street lines.
4. 
Corner lots. Corner lots for residential use shall have extra width to permit appropriate building setback from and orientation to both streets.
5. 
Uninhabitable lots. Lots subject to flooding and lots deemed by the Planning and Zoning Commission to be uninhabitable shall not be platted for residential occupancy nor for such other uses as may increase danger to health, life or property or aggravate the flood hazard, but such land within the plat shall be set aside for such uses as shall not be endangered by periodic or occasional inundation or shall not produce unsatisfactory living conditions.
6. 
Lot remnants. All remnants of lots below minimum size left over after subdividing of a larger tract must be added to adjacent lots, rather than allowed to remain as unusable parcels.
F. 
Sidewalks And Walking Trails.
1. 
Thickness. All sidewalks shall be a minimum of four (4) inches thick. Sidewalks at driveway locations shall be thickened to match the thickness of the driveway pavement.
2. 
Width. Sidewalks shall not be less than four (4) feet in width.
3. 
Subgrade. Sidewalk subgrade material shall be free of debris, organic material, plastic, clays and other material prone to freeze-thaw damage. Subgrade material shall be compacted to MODOT standards to prevent settling under the traffic of building materials delivery vehicles.
4. 
Location. Sidewalks shall be located on one (1) side of all public streets with the exception of collector and arterial streets. There is to be one (1) foot of space between the outside edge of the sidewalk and the right-of-way/property. Sidewalks shall be required on both sides of all collector and arterial streets. A sidewalk is not required on that portion of a public street whose right-of-way directly abuts State highway or right-of-way.
5. 
Trails. In lieu of sidewalks located adjacent to streets, Planning and Zoning Commission may approve sidewalks/trails located in other areas within a proposed subdivision if considered as part of an overall development plan which integrates the internal site circulation with the public circulation system.
6. 
ADA. Sidewalks must conform to all current American with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards.
7. 
Maintenance. The general cleaning/clearing of sidewalks shall be maintained by the property owner if the internal sidewalks are located on a single tract of land or by a duly approved property owners' association if the internal sidewalks are located on two (2) or more tracts of land.
[CC 1979 App. A §10; Ord. No. 827 §10, 10-17-1972; Ord. No. 1030 §3, 4-17-1979; Ord. No. 1168 §2, 1-18-1983; Ord. No. 1183 §1, 5-3-1983; Ord. No. 1227 §1, 7-3-1984; Ord. No. 95-13 §1, 3-7-1995; Ord. No. 137-2003 §1, 4-1-2003]
A. 
Bond Required. Prior to the granting of final approval, the subdivider shall have installed or shall have furnished adequate bond for the ultimate installation of the following:
Monuments. Monuments shall be placed at all block corners, angle points, points of curve in streets, and at intermediate points as shall be required by the City Planner/Engineer or City Building Inspector. The monuments shall be of such material, size and length as may be approved by the City Planner/Engineer or City Building Inspector.
B. 
Time For Improvements. Prior to any lots being offered for sale in a subdivision or prior to the construction of any residence or structure in a subdivision, the subdivider shall have installed the following to and servicing the lot to be built upon or sold:
1. 
Streets.
a. 
Surfacing. All streets shall be surfaced in accordance with applicable standard specifications of the City. Such construction shall be subject to inspection and approval by the City.
b. 
Curbs, gutters and drainage. Curbs, gutters, drainage and drainage structures shall be provided in accordance with standard specifications of the City. Such construction shall be subject to the inspection and approval of the City.
c. 
Flood retention. A flood retention basin must be constructed to comply with all provisions of the Neosho "Stormwater Runoff Management Regulations", Chapter 430 and Chapter 425, "Flood Damage Prevention". Such construction shall be subject to the inspection and approval of the City.
2. 
Water supply.
Accessible public water supply. Where a public water supply approved by the City is reasonably accessible, each lot within the subdivision area shall be provided with a connection thereto; the subdivider shall furnish and install the water main(s) required for the service and shall pay the entire cost of such connection. The entire cost of such installation and connection is to be paid by the subdivider. The subdivider shall provide the necessary and required fire hydrants and appurtenances. All connections shall be subject to the approval of the City.
3. 
Sanitary sewer system.
Public sanitary sewer system. All new subdivisions and each lot within the subdivided area shall be provided with a connection to the City sanitary sewer system. All connections shall be subject to the approval of the City.
C. 
The subdivider is required to comply with all provisions of the Neosho "Stormwater Runoff Management Regulations", Chapter 430 and Chapter 425, "Flood Damage Prevention".
[CC 1979 App. A §11; Ord. No. 827 §11, 10-17-1972; Ord. No. 137-2003 §1, 4-1-2003]
A. 
Form. The preliminary plat shall be clearly and legibly drawn. The size of the map shall not be less than twelve (12) inches by eighteen (18) inches. The map of a subdivision containing five (5) acres or less shall be drawn at a scale of one (1) inch equals fifty (50) feet. All other subdivisions shall be drawn at a scale of one (1) inch equals one hundred (100) feet, unless otherwise required by the Commission.
B. 
Map Contents. The preliminary plat shall contain the following information:
1. 
Description.
a. 
Proposed name of the subdivision. The name shall not duplicate, be the same in spelling or alike in pronunciation with any other recorded subdivision.
b. 
Names of adjacent subdivisions and owners of adjoining parcels of unsubdivided land.
c. 
Width of subdivider's property, if any, remaining outside the subdivision perimeter.
d. 
Names and addresses of the subdivider, owner and engineer.
e. 
Location by section, town, range, township, County, State.
f. 
Names of streets within the adjoining plat.
2. 
Existing conditions.
a. 
Boundaries of the subdivision indicated by a heavy line and the approximate acreage.
b. 
Location, widths and names of existing or platted streets, railroad rights-of-way, easements, parks, permanent buildings, section and corporation lines.
c. 
Zoning districts, if any.
d. 
Drainage channels, wooded areas, power transmission poles and lines, and any other significant items should be shown.
3. 
Drafting of plat. Date of preparation, scale of map, north point.
4. 
Proposals. Location and principal dimensions for all proposed streets, alleys, easements, lot lines, and areas to be reserved for public use.
C. 
Other Information.
1. 
Statement of the proposed use of lots stating type of residential buildings with number of proposed dwelling units type of business or industry, so as to reveal the effect of the development on traffic, fire hazards or congestion of population.
2. 
Proposed covenants and restrictions.
3. 
Source of water supply.
4. 
Provisions for sewage disposal, drainage and flood control.
5. 
If any zoning changes are contemplated, the proposed zoning plan for the areas, including dimensions.
[CC 1979 App. A §12; Ord. No. 827 §12, 10-17-1972; Ord. No. 137-2003 §1, 4-1-2003]
A. 
Form. The final plat shall be clearly and legibly drawn in India ink on tracing cloth. The size of the map shall not be less than twelve (12) inches by eighteen (18) inches. The map of a subdivision containing five (5) acres or less shall be drawn at a scale of one (1) inch equals fifty (50) feet. All other subdivisions shall be drawn at a scale of one (1) inch equals one hundred (100) feet, unless otherwise required by the Commission.
B. 
Map Contents.
1. 
Description.
a. 
Name of the subdivision. The name shall not duplicate, be the same in spelling or alike in pronunciation with any other recorded subdivision.
b. 
Names of adjacent subdivisions and owners of adjoining parcels of unsubdivided land.
c. 
Width of subdivider's property, if any, remaining outside the subdivision perimeter.
d. 
Names and addresses of the subdivider, owner and engineer.
e. 
Location by section, block, range, township, County, State, United States survey or part thereof it purports to represent.
f. 
Names of streets within the adjoining plat.
2. 
Existing conditions.
a. 
All plat boundaries.
b. 
Bearings and distances to the nearest established street lines, section corners or other recognized permanent monuments which shall be accurately described on the plat.
c. 
Municipal, township, County or section lines accurately tied to the lines of the subdivision by distance and bearings.
d. 
Accurate location of all monuments.
3. 
Survey data.
a. 
Length of all arcs, radii, internal angles, points of curvature and tangent bearings.
b. 
When lots are located on a curve or when side lot lines are at angles other than ninety degrees Fahrenheit (90°F), the width at the building line shall be shown.
c. 
A digital copy of the plat must be submitted to the City Planner in a *.dwg, *.dxf or *.dgn format.
4. 
Drafting of plat. Date of preparation, scale of map, north points.
5. 
Proposals.
a. 
All easements for right-of-way provided for public services or utilities and any limitations of such easements.
b. 
All lot numbers and lines, with accurate dimensions in feet and hundredths, and with bearings or angles to street and alley or crosswalk-way lines.
c. 
Accurate outlines of any areas to be dedicated or temporarily reserved for public use with the purpose indicated thereon.
d. 
Building setback lines with dimensions.
e. 
Flood retention plan, including areas of floodway and flood retention basins as designed by engineer.
C. 
Other Information.
1. 
Protective covenants shall be shown on the plat.
2. 
City Engineer's certificate as required under Section 410.070(B)(3)(a)(3).
3. 
Certification shall be furnished from the City Collector that all taxes and assessments have been paid on the land within the proposed subdivision.
4. 
If a zoning change is involved, certification from the Zoning Commission shall be furnished indicating that the change requested has been approved and is in effect.
5. 
Certification by a registered civil engineer or surveyor to the effect that the plat represents a survey made by him/her and that all monuments shown thereon actually exist and that their location is correctly shown.
6. 
An acknowledgment by the owner or owners of his/her or their adoption of the plat and of the dedication of streets and other public areas.
[Ord. No. 392-2009 §2, 5-5-2009]
A. 
Application Procedure. Request for a minor subdivision approval shall be made by the owner of the land. Seven (7) copies of a scale drawing and legal description of the lots involved; the location of any structure(s) thereon together with their precise nature, location and dimensions; name, signature and seal of registered land surveyor or engineer who prepared the plat; and the appropriate fee shall accompany the application. If deemed necessary by the Administrative Officer, other supplementary information may be requested.
B. 
Approval Guidelines. Approval of the minor subdivision may be given based on all of the following criteria:
1. 
All easement requirements have been satisfied.
2. 
Such division will not result in a tract without direct access to a public street.
3. 
No substandard-sized lot or parcel will be created.
4. 
The lot has not previously been split in accordance with these regulations.
[CC 1979 App. A §12; Ord. No. 827 §13, 10-17-1972; Ord. No. 137-2003 §1, 4-1-2003]
Any person violating the provisions of this Chapter shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and punished by fine of not more than one hundred dollars ($100.00) or confinement in the City Jail for not more than thirty (30) days, or by both such fine and imprisonment.