(1) In commercial/industrial subdivisions of less than ten (10) lots, the Planning Commission and City Council shall review the preliminary subdivision plat in accordance with the requirements of Chapter 18.12 of this Title. After review and approval of a preliminary overall plat, the applicant shall record a dedication plat of the subject property showing streets to be dedicated, all appropriate easements and cross easements, and a legal description of the boundary of the proposed subdivision.
(2) Individual lots may be created by metes and bounds within the commercial/industrial subdivision upon recordation of an appropriate deed if:
(a) the proposed lot conforms to the approved overall preliminary plat;
(b) the new lot does not result in the violation of applicable zoning requirements; and
(c) the deed contains the stamp or mark indicating that the lot has been approved by the City.
(3) If the proposed lot is not in keeping with the approved overall preliminary plat, the overall preliminary plat must be amended to allow for the proposed lot. The Planning Commission and City Council must review and approve the proposed amendment and lot before recordation of a deed.
(4) The subdivider or developer shall pay a street light system fee and shall install all street light systems within its development. Street light designs shall meet the standards as outlined in the current Layton City Development Guidelines and Design Standards. The amount of the street light system fee is based upon the adopted Layton City Consolidated Fee Schedule.
Ord. No.97-35, Recodified, 6/19/1997
Ord. No. 97-59, Amended, 10/16/1997
Ord. No. 11-02, Amended, 2/17/2011