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18.12.060. Requirements

            (1)        The preliminary plat shall:

                        (a)        contain ten (10) sets of drawings;

                        (b)        be drawn to scale large enough to clearly show all details, in no case smaller than one inch (1") to one hundred feet (100');

                        (c)        show north point, scale, and date;

                        (d)        show the name of the proposed subdivision;

                        (e)        show the names, addresses, and phone numbers of the subdivider, and of the engineer or surveyor for the subdivision, and show the names of owners of the land immediately adjoining the land to be subdivided;

                        (f)        have contour lines at five foot (5') intervals;

                        (g)        show the slope of each lot and buildable area;

                        (h)        show the location of cuts and fills in excess of five feet (5');

                        (i)         show the boundary lines of the subdivision;

                        (j)         show the location, width, and other dimensions of all existing or previously platted streets, including intersections, and other important features such as railroad lines, natural watercourses, irrigation ditches and other structures, exceptional topography and buildings within the subdivision or within two hundred feet (200') of the boundary thereof;

                        (k)        show existing sanitary sewers, storm drainage systems, water supply mains and culverts within the subdivision or within one hundred feet (100') of the boundary thereof;

                        (l)         show the location width and other dimensions of proposed streets, alleys, walkways, easements, parks, and other open spaces or lots with proper labeling of the spaces proposed to be dedicated to the public;

                        (m)       show an estimate of the slopes of proposed streets;

                        (n)        show a cross-section of proposed streets and the width thereof and the location of sidewalks;

                        (o)        show the separation of intersections which are not to exceed one thousand three hundred feet (1300');

                        (p)        show such additional information as may be necessary to locate accurately the property shown on the plat;

                        (q)        include a legal description of the land included in the subdivision, which description shall run to and include the land to the centerline of existing streets;

                        (r)        show the square footage and the acreage of each lot indicated;

                        (s)        show the proposed method of handling sanitary sewers, culinary water, and storm drains within the subdivision, and the interconnection of such systems with the major street plan and the City storm drainage system;

                        (t)        show where the plat submitted covers only a part of the subdivider's tract, a sketch showing the location of the proposed subdivision in relation to the larger tract.  Such sketch shall show the prospective future street system for the adjacent areas;

                        (u)        show written approval of the proposal for handling irrigation or wastewater from the irrigation or ditch company or other right-of-way holder through whose ditch or facilities wastewater or irrigation water will flow, in accordance with the requirements of Section 18.36.090.  Such statement, sketch, and written approval shall be deemed to be a part of the preliminary plat;

                        (v)        show written approval by the fee simple owner(s) in the affidavit which gives the subdivider the authority to act for and in behalf of the fee simple owner to make all decisions on any requirements set by the Planning Commission or City Council;

                        (w)       submit three (3) copies of the geotechnical report;

                        (x)        submit a preliminary title report;

                        (y)        submit a letter from Davis County Flood Control for approval of alteration of streams or discharge into streams;

                        (z)        submit written approval from adjacent property owner(s) agreeing to grant an easement for utility line extension if the line crosses private property;

                        (aa)      show boundaries of the flood plain as defined by FEMA and include the map number;

                        (bb)      include a landscaping plan for landscape buffer along arterial street where required; and

                        (cc)      submit a street lighting plan indicating the location for street lights, the lumen coverage and street pole design according to Layton City's current Development Guidelines and Design Standards.

            (2)        In addition, the preliminary plat shall have attached to it on separate sheets:

                        (a)        a statement, outlining the proposed method of handling sanitary sewers and storm drains within the subdivision, and the interconnection of such system with the major street plan and the City storm drainage system;

                        (b)        where the plat submitted covers only a part of the subdivider's tract, a sketch showing the location of the proposed subdivision in relation to the larger tract.  Such sketch shall show the prospective future street system for the adjacent areas;

                        (c)        written approval of the proposal for handling irrigation or wastewater from the irrigation or ditch company or other right-of-way holder through whose ditch or facilities wastewater or irrigation water will flow, in accordance with the requirements of Section 18.36.090.

            Such statement, sketch, and written approval shall be deemed to be a part of the preliminary plat; and

                        (d)        written approval by the fee simple owner(s) in the affidavit which gives the subdivider the authority to act for and in behalf of the fee simple owner to make all decisions on any requirements set by the Planning Commission or City Council.


Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 98-76, Amended, 11/19/1998
Ord. No. 02-60, Amended, 9/19/2002

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