The sketch plan shall be drawn on reproducible material at a standard scale of not more than 200 feet to the inch. It shall show the following information:
A written statement of the developers intent, letter of disclosure, general description of type of development and housing.
Title of the sketch, including name and address of the subdivider(s), North point, graphic scale, date and general location map.
Boundaries of the tract to be subdivided, plotted to scale. If the subdivider intends to develop the tract in stages, the entire tract shall nevertheless be included in the sketch layout with anticipated stages and timing indicated and preliminary estimates of population and dwelling units by type for each stage and an equivalent population estimate for areas not proposed for residential development.
A topographic survey showing ground contours for the parcels and parcels adjacent to and within 200 feet of the tract to be subdivided at intervals of not more than five feet of elevation, and all pertinent topographic features within the site and adjoining tract, including existing buildings, watercourses and their one-hundred-year flood limits, water bodies, swamps and wooded areas. Principal natural features to be retained or removed in the subdivision should be so indicated.
The approximate lines of existing streets immediately adjoining and within the tract to be subdivided, proposed streets, sidewalks, lots and neighborhood recreation areas or other permanent open space.
Schematic indication of proposed system for stormwater drainage including any potential problems resulting from future upstream flows or impacts of additional flows generated by proposed subdivision on downstream area.
Location and size of existing water and sewer systems serving the site, statement as to adequacy of water supply and sewage disposal and a statement as to who will own the water and sewer systems.
If the proposal is not to be served by a public sewer system, then the following shall be provided: percolation tests administered by the Monroe County Department of Health, a conceptual layout of the proposed sewage system and an application for a State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES) permit.
Indication of the zoning of the tract and any other legal restrictions of use and if there is or will be need to obtain variances or special permits.
A description of soil conditions of the entire site.
Name or names of the landscape architect or licensed professional engineer and licensed land surveyor responsible for the preparation of the sketch layout and preliminary information if such individual were used.
Names of owners of adjacent lands or names of adjacent subdivisions.
Method of fire protection or fire protection measures.
Written statement indicating relationship of the proposal to municipal comprehensive plan and open space plan.
The preliminary layout shall be drawn on one or more sheets of tracing material not more than 34 inches by 44 inches in size and shall be clearly marked as a "preliminary plat." The preliminary plat shall be drawn at a standard scale of not more than 100 feet to one inch and shall include the information listed below. If more than one sheet is required to show an entire tract, an index map shall be provided.
Title of the preliminary layout, including name and address of the subdivider.
North point, scale, date and general location map; and names of owners of adjacent land or names of adjacent subdivisions. The North point should be in the upper right-hand corner of each sheet and the direction of north should be either to the top of each page or to the right-hand side of each page.
Boundaries of the tract to be subdivided, plotted to scale. If the subdivider intends to develop the tract in stages, the entire tract shall nevertheless be included in the preliminary layout with anticipated stages and timing indicated. Estimates of population and dwelling units by type shall be provided for each layout or stage and an equivalent population estimate for areas not proposed for residential development.
A topographic survey showing ground contours for the parcels and parcels adjacent to and within 200 feet of the tract to be subdivided at intervals of not more than five feet of elevation, and all pertinent topographic and planimetric features within the site and the adjoining tract, including existing buildings, watercourses and their one-hundred-year flood limits, water bodies and classification of water bodies if applicable, swamps, wooded areas and individual large trees. Natural features to be retained, protected or removed in the subdivision should be so indicated. Also, specify the current acreage in each of the following: swamps, woodlands, wetlands, open fields and active agricultural areas. If the proposal is not to be served by a public sanitary sewer system then the topographic survey shall be provided as above, except at not more than two feet of elevation and perk test results, administered by the Monroe County Health Department and the layout of the proposed sewage system indicated. Describe any historical or archeological features or objects on the site.
A detailed location map showing the boundaries of the tract in relation to adjoining streets; schematically the locations of the nearest elementary school, water and sewer lines, parks and playgrounds within 1/2 mile of the proposed subdivision and other public facilities, such as shopping, churches and public transportation routes as appropriate and land uses adjacent to the proposal.
Existing streets immediately adjoining and within the tract to be subdivided and the distance to the nearest major street intersection.
Existing drains, waterlines and sanitary sewers nearby and within the tract to be subdivided, with their location, size, type and approximate elevations and gradients, using mean sea level as datum plane. Also shown should be existing easements for such facilities.
Statement as to proposed source of water supply and method of sewage disposal to include a statement as to who will own the water and sewer systems, a conceptual layout of each system, whether necessary districts are formed or are in process, the receiving sewage treatment plant, the lines, dimensions and purpose and all utility easements, including properly placed fire hydrants, and preliminary design of bridges and culverts. (Note: sanitary sewer and water service must be in public ownership. Also, where water mains are not looped, blowoff valves should be provided.)
Description of soil conditions on the entire site. Designation of those areas, if any, with moderate to high susceptibility to erosion and outline of methods to be used to reduce erosion.
A system for a stormwater drainage system using the following design levels for stormwater engineering:
A separate drainage report including preliminary calculation for flows and pipe and channel sizing which will clearly indicate the basis of design and the intended method of all stormwater disposal and flood hazard prevention and how all runoff will be handled during grading and development operations and erosion and sedimentation prevention measures. Preliminary design of any storm detention and retention facilities. Preliminary estimate of future upstream flows entering the site, their potential impacts on the site and preliminary analysis of the impacts of the additional flows generated by the subdivision on the downstream area of the major watercourse.
The approximate lines and gradients of proposed streets and sidewalks, and street widths. Projected peak traffic volumes of all subdivision exits onto existing street systems, approximate existing traffic volumes on existing streets at subdivision exits and description of potential traffic problems.
A preliminary grading plan of the site showing locations and approximate size of cuts and fills and cross section for any final grading steeper than 3:1 or where the cut or fill will be deeper than five feet.
The approximate lines of proposed lots, the acreage or square footage contained in each lot and individual lot numbering. If a proposed lot contains one or more existing buildings, the proposed yard dimensions for such buildings shall be indicated.
The approximate locations and dimensions of areas proposed for neighborhood parks or playgrounds or other permanent open space within the development.
The location of any municipal boundary lines, existing special service district lines and zoning district lines within the tract.
Indications of all nonconforming lots showing the required and actual areas, yards and setbacks as applicable.
Indicate type and location of any potentially hazardous materials of any nature.
Location and quality of water bodies directly affected by and adjacent to the project and finish or design water levels.
Statement of any request to obtain a variance or special permit with reasons. Statement of whether the proposal requires any state or federal permit and if so the type of permit. Draft environmental impact statement if required.
Indicate location of buffers required during or after construction is completed and reason for buffer and location of other proposed vegetation.
Written statement indicating proposals relationship to municipal comprehensive plans or open space plans and a statement of assessed valuation added to the Town tax rolls as a result of this project and a statement of Town services that will be required to support the completed project.
Location, size and type of proposed lighting and anticipated signs if any.
Name or names of the licensed professional engineer and the names of any landscape architect or licensed land surveyor responsible for the preparation of the preliminary layout and preliminary information.
[Amended 12-3-2008 by L.L. No. 4-2008]
The subdivision plat shall be drawn in ink on Mylar suitable for filing with the Monroe County Clerk and submitted along with copies as required by the Town, and a copy in electronic format. The Mylar shall give sufficient survey data to determine readily the location, bearing and length of all lines shown thereon to permit the reproduction of such lines upon the ground. The subdivision plat submission shall be composed of three parts, namely: construction sheet, record sheet and drainage report, as described in the subsections that follow.
Subdivision plat construction sheet. The construction sheet shall not be larger than 34 inches by 44 inches in size and shall be drawn at a scale of 50 feet to one inch and show the information listed below. Where more than one sheet is required to show the entire development, a key map shall be provided.
The lines of existing and proposed streets and sidewalks immediately adjoining and within the subdivision, including geometric layout of proposed streets.
The names of existing and proposed streets.
Typical cross sections of proposed streets.
Profiles of proposed streets at suitable vertical scale showing finished grades in relation to existing ground elevation.
The layout of proposed lots, including lot numbers.
The location and size of any existing and proposed sewers (stormwater or sanitary), manholes, drainage inlets, catch basins, water mains and pipes on the property or into which any connection is proposed.
Provisions for water supply and sewage disposal, and evidence that such provisions have received approval of the Monroe County Department of Health.
Locations of survey monuments. Before acceptance of the dedication of the highways, a certificate by a licensed land surveyor must be filed certifying that the above monuments have been placed where indicated on the map.
Plan and typical cross section of proposed sidewalks if any.
Development plan, including landscaping, for any proposed neighborhood park or playground within the subdivision.
A planting plan for street trees, indicating the locations, varieties and minimum size of trees to be planted and of existing trees to be preserved as street trees.
Specifications, or reference to Town standards, for all facilities to be constructed or installed within the subdivision.
Certification by a licensed professional engineer and a licensed land surveyor as evidence of professional responsibility for the preparation of the construction sheet.
Subdivision plat record map. Unless the Monroe County Clerk specifies otherwise, the record sheet shall be 17 inches by 22 inches or 22 inches by 34 inches or 34 inches by 44 inches in size and shall be drawn on Mylar at a scale of 50 feet to one inch and show the information listed below. Where more than one sheet is required to show the entire development, a key map showing all sections shall be provided.
Title of the sheet, including name and address of the subdivider.
North point, graphic scale, date and location sketch.
The boundaries of the subdivision and information to show the location of the subdivision in relation to surrounding property and streets, including names of owners of adjacent land or names of adjacent subdivisions. In whatever manner that is practical, the subdivision boundary shall be referenced from two directions to establish United States Coast and Geodetic Survey monuments or New York State Plan Coordinate monuments. In the event that such monuments have been obliterated, the subdivision boundary shall be referenced to the nearest highway intersections or previously established monuments of subdivisions or public lands. Any combination of types of reference points may be accepted which would fulfill the requirement of exact measurements from the subdivision boundary to reference points previously established for or by a public agency.
The lines of existing and proposed streets and sidewalks within the subdivision and the lines of existing or approved streets and sidewalks or adjoining properties.
The names of existing and proposed streets.
The lines and dimensions of proposed lots, which shall be numbered. Any lot whose area does not conform to the Zoning Local Law shall have its area in square feet indicated as well. If a proposed lot contains one or more existing buildings, the yard dimensions for such buildings shall be indicated. Existing buildings outside the limits of the plat but within 75 feet of any proposed street or 25 feet of any proposed lot line shall also be shown.
The lines and purposes of existing and proposed easements immediately adjoining and within the subdivision.
The lines, dimensions and areas in square feet of all property that is proposed to be reserved by deed convenant for the common use of the property owners of the subdivision.
The location of monuments to be placed within the subdivision.
The locations of existing and proposed water supply lines, storm sewers and sanitary sewers within the subdivision.
The locations of any municipal and zoning boundary lines within the subdivision.
Seal and certification by a licensed professional engineer or a licensed land surveyor as evidence of professional responsibility for the preparation of the record sheet and a place for the liber and page where filed.
Offers of dedication to the municipality of any open space, recreation, road or other improvement and these facilities to be retained by the subdivider, including the method of maintenance and improvement thereof. Such offers shall be received and reviewed by the Municipal Attorney as to their legal sufficiency.
To facilitate the filing of subdivision or resubdivision maps with the County of Monroe, the following are required:
If there are any new streets, the form "Application for Approval of Plat" must be filled out.
A tax search shall be made as required by the Monroe County Treasurer's office.
Black-and-white prints of the map in a number prescribed.
Filing fee payable to the Monroe County Clerk.
A statement that all other necessary county departments have been contacted.
Subdivision plat drainage report. When requested by the Town Engineer, or Planning Board, this report shall expand upon the report submitted at the preliminary layout stage and shall present plans and supporting data for stormwater control drainage provisions within the subdivision, including:
Plan, profiles, and typical and special cross sections of proposed stormwater drainage facilities.
Supporting final design data and copies of computations used as a basis for design capacities and performance of the drainage facilities.
Subdivision grading plan developed to suitable contour interval with grading details to indicate proposed street grades and elevations and building site grades and elevations through the subdivision. The contour interval of the grading plan shall be one, two or five feet (vertical) as directed by the Town Engineer.
Erosion report if required.
If the subdivision is within or adjacent to the Black Creek floodplain one-hundred-year frequency, a detailed analysis of the area with respect to floodplain management land use will be included in the subdivision plat drainage report.