[Ord. No. 777 §26-41, 3-23-1994]
Applications and materials submitted under the provisions of this Chapter shall conform to the specifications contained in this Article. The preliminary plat and final plat shall be prepared by qualified personnel in accordance with the requirements of this Article.
[Ord. No. 777 §26-42, 3-23-1994]
The sketch plan is intended to be conceptual in nature and, while accuracy and legibility are essential, the submission of detailed plans at the sketch plan stage is discouraged. The material submitted should provide sufficient information to determine general compliance with these regulations.
The sketch plan shall be drawn to an approximate scale (one (1) inch equals one hundred (100) feet). Seven (7) copies of the sketch plan shall be submitted.
The sketch plan shall contain:
Name and address of the developer.
Tract boundary and principal features within one thousand (1,000) feet.
The proposed name of the subdivision and location by section, township and range.
Approximate north point and scale.
The approximate total acreage of the proposed subdivision.
Existing streets on and adjacent to the tract, including the width of the rights-of-way.
The tentative street and lot arrangement.
Current zoning classification of the tract.
Topographic lines (contours at vertical intervals of five (5) feet).
Proposed wastewater disposal facilities and proposed water supply.
Existing drainage ways and any proposed modification to drainage ways.
Unique topographical and physical features.
[Ord. No. 777 §26-43, 3-23-1994]
The preliminary plat application shall be accompanied by eight (8) black line or blue line print paper copies of the preliminary plat. The preliminary plat sheet size shall be twenty-four (24) inches by thirty-six (36) inches. The plat shall be drawn at a scale no greater that one hundred (100) feet to the inch and which is in increments of ten (10) feet.
The preliminary plat shall contain the following information:
The name of the subdivision, which name shall not duplicate the name of any existing subdivision as recorded in the Christian County Registry.
The name(s) and address(es) of the subdivision owner or owners.
Date of preliminary plat submittal.
Location of subdivision by section, township, range, County and State.
Approximate north arrow and the scale in which the plat is drawn.
Vicinity map at a scale of two thousand (2,000) feet to the inch, showing the location of the proposed subdivision and all streets, roads and municipal boundaries existing within one thousand (1,000) feet of any part of the property to be subdivided.
Contours at vertical intervals of two (2) feet or less for land with average natural slope of four percent (4%) or less and at vertical intervals of five (5) feet for more steeply sloping land. Datum shall be determined by reference to the appropriate U.S.G.S Topographic Maps.
The names and locations of immediately adjoining subdivisions and the names of immediately adjoining property owners.
Approximate tract boundaries.
The general location and approximate dimensions of any existing street right-of-way intersecting or paralleling the boundaries of the tract, as well as the distance from the centerline of adjacent streets to the tract boundaries.
The general location and approximate dimensions of any easements existing within or adjacent to the tract boundaries.
The location and dimension of all existing streets, roads, railroads, public sewers, aqueducts, water mains and feeder lines, gas, electric and oil transmission lines, watercourses, detention areas, drainage easements and other significant features within five hundred (500) feet of any part of the property to be subdivided.
The approximate location and extent of all existing structures and tree masses with the tract.
The full plan of development detailing the following information on a single sheet:
The location of all proposed and existing streets, roads, easements, parks, playgrounds and other public areas and facilities, sewer and water facilities and storm sewers or other drainage facilities.
Lot lines and the approximate dimensions of all lots and lot numbers in consecutive order.
All street and other areas designated for pertinent facilities, public use or proposed to be dedicated or reserved for future public use, including the conditions of such dedications.
A draft of any proposed restrictive covenants.
A registered land surveyor's (RLS) or professional engineer's seal.
[Ord. No. 777 §§26-44, 26-67, 3-23-1994]
The final plat shall be drawn in waterproof ink on mylar and sheet size of twenty-four (24) inches by thirty-six (36) inches. When more than one (1) sheet is used for any plat, each sheet shall be numbered consecutively and shall contain a notation giving the total number of sheets. The plat shall be drawn at a scale of one hundred (100) feet or less to the inch. The applicant shall submit eleven (11) copies of the final plat of the subdivision. Of these, three (3) shall be of mylar and eight (8) shall be blue line or black line paper prints.
The final plat shall contain the following information:
The name of the subdivision, which name shall not duplicate the name of any existing subdivision as recorded in the Christian County Registry. If the name of the final plat is different from the approved preliminary plat, the preliminary plat name shall be noted on the final plat.
The name(s) and addresses(s) of the subdivision owner(s).
Date of final plat submittal.
The township, County and State where the subdivision is located.
The name of the surveyor, the surveyor's registration number and the date of the survey.
Scale in feet per inch or scale ratio and bar graph.
True north arrow.
All boundary lines with lengths and courses to hundredths of a foot and bearings to half minutes (to be determined by an accurate survey with an error of not less than 1:5000).
The exact location and the width along the property line of all existing recorded streets intersecting or paralleling the boundaries of the tract.
The true bearings and distances to nearest established street boundaries, patent or other established survey lines or other official monuments, which shall be located or accurately described on the plat. Any patent or other established survey or corporation lines shall be accurately monument marked and located on the plat, including their names.
The accurate location and material of all permanent reference monuments complying with the latest Missouri Minimum Standards for Property Boundary Surveys.
The length of all arc-radii points of curvature and tangent bearings.
Street and alley lines (their names, bearings, angles of intersection and widths, including the widths along the line of any obliquely intersecting street).
All lot lines with dimensions in feet and hundredths and with bearings and angles to minutes if other than right angles to the street and alley lines.
All easements and rights-of-way with the limitations of the easements rights stated on the plat.
Lots numbered in consecutive order. Plats with more than one (1) block shall also be numbered in consecutive order. In the case of resubdivision of lots in any block, the resubdivided lots shall be designated by their original number prefixed with the term most accurately describing such division or they shall be designated numerically, beginning with the number following the highest lot numbered in the block.
Sight triangles for intersections, setback lines as fixed by the Zoning Map or major street plan and any other setback lines established by public authority.
Accurate dimensions of existing public land and of all property to be dedicated or reserved for public use.
Private covenants, if any, including boundaries of each type of restriction. Where applicable, restrictive covenants are required governing the use and maintenance of all common areas, improvements and facilities.
The names and locations of adjoining subdivisions and the location and ownership of adjoining subdivided property.
Any changes or conditions required by the Planning and Zoning Commission in the approval of the preliminary plat.
Certificate of taxes paid.
As-built plans for all required public improvements shall be submitted to and filed with the City upon completion of the improvements.
[Ord. No. 777 §26-45, 3-23-1994]
All final plats shall contain the following endorsed certificates:
Certificate of Ownership and Dedication.
I hereby certify that I am the owner of the property described hereon, which property is located within the jurisdiction of the City of Billings, that I hereby freely adopt this plan of subdivision and dedicate the public use of all areas shown on this plat as streets, alleys, walks, parks, open space and easements, except those specifically denoted as private, and that I will maintain all such areas until the offer of dedication is accepted by the appropriate public authority. All property shown on this plat as dedicated by law when such other use is approved by the Billings Board of Aldermen in the public interest.
Certificate of Survey and Accuracy.
I, __________, hereby state that this plat was prepared under my supervision from an actual survey of the land herein described and that the corner monuments and lot corner pins shown hereon were place under personal supervision of ___________, in accordance with the Missouri Minimum Standards for Property Boundary Surveys, for the City of Billings, Missouri.
Certificate of Approval — Planning and Zoning Commission.
I hereby certify that this plat has been submitted to and approved by the Billings Planning and Zoning Commission on the date below and that the subdivision shown on this plat is in compliance with the Billings Land Development Regulations.
Certificate of Approval — Board of Aldermen.
I hereby certify that all streets shown on this plat are within the City of Billings and all improvements shown on this plat have been installed or completed, that the subdivision shown on this plat is in all respects in compliance with the Billings Land Development Regulations and therefore this plat has been approved by the Billings Board of Aldermen, subject to its being recorded in the Christian County Registry within sixty (60) days of the date below.
[Ord. No. 777 §26-46, 3-23-1994]
In the case of planned unit developments which are approved by the Commission and the Board of Aldermen in accordance with the zoning regulations as set forth in Article X, the approved planned unit development shall be considered to be an approved sketch plan and the subdivider may proceed to submit a preliminary and final plat, as necessary, in accordance with these regulations. The Commission may grant such variances as are necessary in the preliminary and final plat to accomplish the purposes of the approved planned unit development.
[Ord. No. 777 §26-47, 3-23-1994]
Three (3) copies of a report signed and sealed by a registered engineer shall be submitted with the preliminary plat which shall provide a study of the following items as pertaining to the proposed subdivision.
Drainage basin map showing site boundary, on-site drainage areas and upstream off-site drainage areas.
Drainage area and estimated peak flow for each off-site area draining onto the site. Peak flows shall be estimated assuming fully developed conditions in the drainage basin.
Map showing soil types and indicating hydrologic soil type.
Schematic layout of the proposed stormwater drainage system.
Schematic layout of proposed sediment and erosion control measures.
Sufficient information to demonstrate that proposed drainage easements and street rights-of-way are wide enough to contain runoff from one percent (1%) AEP (100-year) storm.
If applicable, location and size of drainage structures or constrictions located within five hundred (500) feet downstream of the site.
If detention facilities are proposed, identify location and proposed detention facilities, location of discharge points and preliminary storage volume computations.
Traffic analysis and street capacity.
Description of the types of traffic expected and the effects on existing roads.
Proposed traffic counts for each outlet from the proposed subdivision in vehicles per day.
The traffic analysis must extend from the proposed subdivision to the nearest arterial road. Existing traffic counts may be estimated from a study of the area served by the subject road or by actually counting vehicles consistent with good engineering practice.
Evaluation of the capacity of the existing and proposed road system.
A listing of each proposed street by name and functional classification. Proposed right-of-way and design specifications must be indicated.
[Ord. No. 777 §26-48, 3-23-1994]
Upon approval of the preliminary plat by the Commission, the subdivider shall prepare and submit for review by the Commission the required construction plans, including:
All plans shall meet the requirements of the City of Billings Design Standards for Public Improvements. Three (3) copies of each plan shall be submitted. Such plans shall be submitted prior to or concurrent with the final plat application.