A Certified Survey Map prepared by a Wisconsin registered land surveyor shall be required for all minor land divisions. It shall comply in all respects with the requirements of § 236.34 of the Wisconsin Statutes. The Certified Survey Map shall comply with the design standards and improvement requirements set forth in Divisions 15-8.0100, 15-8.0200, 15-8.0300, and 15-8.0400 of this Ordinance. The Certified Survey Map shall be tied to the horizontal control system established by the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC) for the City of Franklin.
The Certified Survey Map shall show correctly on its face, in addition to the information required by § 236.34 of the Wisconsin Statutes, the following:
Existing Features. All existing buildings, watercourses, drainage ditches, and other features pertinent to proper land division.
Setbacks, Shore Buffers, Wetland Buffers, Wetland Setbacks, and Building Lines. All required setbacks, shore buffers, wetland buffers, wetland setbacks, and building lines shall be graphically indicated and dimensioned on the Certified Survey Map.
Utility and Drainage Easements. Utility and/or drainage easements.
Reserved Lands. All lands reserved for future acquisition.
Special Restrictions. Special restrictions required by the Plan Commission relating to conservation easements, access control along public ways, delineation of floodplain and wetland limits, natural resource mitigation areas, or to the provision of "Landscape Bufferyard Easements."
Existing and Proposed Contours. Existing and proposed contours at vertical intervals of not more than two feet. Elevations shall be marked on such contours based on National Geodetic Vertical Datum of 1929 (mean sea level). This requirement may be waived if the parcel(s) created are fully developed.
Floodplain Limits and Contours. Floodplain limits and the contour lines lying a vertical distance of two feet above the elevation of the one-hundred-year recurrence interval flood, or where such data is not available, five feet above the elevation of the maximum flood of record.
Map Date. Date of the Certified Survey Map with all dates of revision.
Scale and North Arrow. Graphic scale and north arrow.
Owner, Subdivider, Land Surveyor. Name and address of the owner, Subdivider, and Land Surveyor.
Area Contiguous to Certified Survey Map. Entire area contiguous to the proposed Certified Survey Map owned or controlled by the Subdivider shall be included on the Certified Survey Map even though only a portion of said area is proposed for immediate development. The Plan Commission may waive this requirement where it is unnecessary to fulfill the purposes and intent of this Ordinance and severe hardship would result from strict application thereof.
Parcel and/or Lot Size. The dimensions and size (in square feet or acres) of each parcel or lot created by the Certified Survey Map including outlots.
Existing Zoning. The Certified Survey Map shall indicate on its face the current zoning and zoning boundary lines of all parcels, lots or outlots proposed to be created by the Certified Survey Map.
Location of Soil Boring Tests. Location of soil boring tests, where required by Chapters ILHR 83 and 85 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code as amended and in areas not served by municipal or sanitary district sewage treatment facilities, made to a depth of six feet, unless bedrock is at a lesser depth. The number of such tests shall be adequate to portray the character of the soil and the depths of bedrock and groundwater from the natural undisturbed surface. To accomplish this purpose, a minimum of one test per three acres shall be made initially. The results of such tests shall be submitted along with the Certified Survey Map.
Location of Soil Percolation Tests. Location of soil percolation tests where required by Chapters ILHR 83 and 85 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code as amended and in areas not served by municipal or sanitary district sewage treatment facilities, conducted in accordance with Chapters ILHR 83 and 85 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code as amended, taken at the location and depth in which soil absorption waste disposal systems are to be installed. The number of such tests initially made shall not be less than one test per three acres or one test per lot, whichever is greater. The results of such tests shall be submitted along with the Certified Survey Map.
Location of Proposed Deed Restrictions, Landscape Easements, and/or Conservation Easements. The location of any proposed deed restrictions, landscape easements, and/or conservation easements shall be graphically indicated and clearly delineated and dimensioned on the face of the Certified Survey Map. The location and extent of conservation easements should be directly related to the "Natural Resource Protection Plan." Deed restrictions and/or conservation easements as required by this Ordinance shall be filed with the Certified Survey Map or submitted for review as a condition of any approval thereof, in the manner and for the purposes as set forth under § 15-7.0603D. for final plats.
"Natural Resource Protection Plan", and "Landscape Plan" for any landscape bufferyard easement areas. As required by § 15-9.0309 of this Ordinance.
Additional Information. Any additional information required by the City Planner, Plan Commission, City Engineer, or Common Council.
The Certified Survey Map shall be tied directly to one of the section or quarter corners so relocated, monumented and coordinated. The exact grid bearing and distance of such tie shall be determined by field measurements, and the material and Wisconsin state plane coordinates of the monument marking the relocated section or quarter corner to which the map is tied shall be indicated on the map. All distances and bearings shall be referenced to the Wisconsin Coordinate System and adjusted to the Regional Planning Commission's, County's, or municipality's control survey, whichever is applicable.
Surveyor's Certification of Compliance with Ordinance. The surveyor shall certify on the face of the Certified Survey Map that he has fully complied with all the provisions of this Ordinance. The certificate shall contain a description of the survey beginning at the U.S. Public Land Survey corner to which the survey is tied. The Common Council, after a recommendation by the reviewing agencies, shall certify its approval on the face of the map.
Owner's Certificate of Dedication of Streets and Other Public Areas. The dedication of streets and other public areas shall require the owner's certificate and the mortgagee's certificate in substantially the same form as required by § 236.21(2)(a) of the Wisconsin Statutes.
[Amended 9-1-2015 by Ord. No. 2015-2188]
The Certified Survey Map shall only be recorded with the Milwaukee County Register of Deeds within twelve (12) months after the date of the last approval and within thirty-six (36) months after the date of the first approval of the map by the Common Council and any other approving agencies. The certificate of the surveyor shall be placed on the face of the Certified Survey Map pursuant to the requirements of Section 15-7.0607 of this Ordinance.