2 SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS CITY OF DES MOINES, IOWA NOTICE This is an unofficial and annotated copy of excerpts from the Municipal code of the City of Des Moines, Iowa, 2000, as amended through January 14, The text of the Municipal Code is subject to change from time to time. An official copy of the Municipal Code is on file in the office of the City Clerk.
3 Date as of January 14, 2003 Chapter 106 SUBDIVISIONS* *Cross references: Buildings and building regulations, ch. 26; environment, ch. 42; floodplains, ch. 50; planning, ch. 82; public improvements, ch. 94; streets, sidewalks, skywalks, and other public places, ch. 102; utilities, ch. 118; vegetation, ch. 122; waterways, ch. 130; zoning, ch. 134; sewer districts, app. G. State law references: Authority to establish subdivision regulations, I.C Article I. In General Sec Title. Sec Definitions. Sec Policy. Sec Purposes. Sec Jurisdiction. Sec Interpretation and conflict. Sec Amendments. Sec Compliance with conditions. Sec Acre subdivision. Sec Auditor's plats. Sec Area plan. Sec Variations and exceptions. Sec Fees. Sec Enforcement, violations and penalties. Secs Reserved. Article II. Application, Procedure and Approval Process Division 1. Generally Sec General procedure. Secs Reserved. Division 2. Major Plats and Cluster Subdivisions Sec Preapplication conference. Sec Preliminary plat approval by commission. Sec Final plat approval. Sec Final approval by city council. Sec Issuance of building permits. Secs Reserved. Division 3. Minor Plats Sec Preapplication conference. Sec Plat approval by commission. Sec Final approval by city council. Sec Issuance of building permits. Secs Reserved.
4 Article III. Improvements Division 1. Generally Sec Conformance to applicable rules and regulations. Sec Platting of land. Sec Street layout. Sec Sanitary sewers. Sec Storm sewers or drainageways. Sec Stormwater runoff control. Sec Sidewalks. Sec Utilities. Sec Standards for cluster subdivisions. Secs Reserved. Division 2. Assurance for Completion and Maintenance Sec Improvement and subdivision bonds. Sec Inspection of improvements. Sec Waiver of improvements or extensions of completion date for sidewalk improvements. Sec Issuance of building permits and certificates of occupancy. Sec Maintenance of improvements. Secs Reserved. Article IV. Subdivision by Plat of Survey Sec General procedure and limitations. Sec Preapplication conference. Sec Approval of plat. Sec Appeals. Sec Enforcement. Sec Stormwater management facilities enforcement. Subdivisions Plat approval fees: Schedule of Fees Plan and Zoning Schedule of Fees A. Upon submission of a preliminary subdivision plat for a Major Plat(plat with streets): $ plus $10.00 per lot. B. Upon submission of a final subdivision plat the applicant shall pay the following fee together with the estimated cost of contract preparation and construction inspection as determined by the Engineering Department: (1) Major Plat (plat with a street): $ plus $10.00 per lot. (2) Minor Plat (plat with a street): $ plus $ per lot. (3) Auditor s Plat: $ plus $10.00 per lot.
5 C. Additional fee for each submittal of a preliminary or final plat after the second submittal: $ Plat of Survey approval fee for original submittal: $ Additional Plat of Survey approval fee for each subsequent submittal: $ ARTICLE I. IN GENERAL Sec Title. This chapter shall be known, cited and referred to as the "subdivision regulations" of the city. (C62, 55-1; O.7716; C75, 24-1; O.9305; C75, C79, C91, 24-2) Sec Definitions. The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this chapter, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this section, except where the context clearly indicates a different meaning: Alley means a public or private right-of-way primarily designed to serve as secondary access to the side or rear of those properties whose principal frontage is on some other street. Applicant means a proprietor or subdivider of land proposed to be subdivided or his or her representative. Auditor's plat means a subdivision plat required by either the county auditor or the county assessor and prepared by a registered land surveyor under the direction of the county auditor. Benefited property means the property identified in the stormwater runoff control plan and the stormwater facility maintenance covenant and permanent easement agreement as being served by the stormwater maintenance facility to control and address storm water runoff from the property. Bond means cash deposits, surety bonds or instruments of credit in an amount and form satisfactory to the city attorney and finance director or their authorized representatives. Building means any structure, excluding signs and billboards, designed or intended for the support, enclosure, shelter or protection of persons, animals or property. Building line means a line on a plat between which line and public right-of-way line no buildings or other structures may be erected. City engineer means the chief civil engineer of the city or his or her designated representative.
6 Cluster subdivision means an alternative to conventional subdivision development wherein variable lot sizes are permitted in conjunction with a minimum lot size standard and which retains the same types and density of uses established by the applicable regulations and restrictions of chapter 134. Commission means the city plan and zoning commission. Comprehensive plan means the current comprehensive plan for the general development of the city adopted by the city council pursuant to section 82-77, including any part of such plan and any amendment to such plan separately adopted. Construction plan means the maps or drawings prepared by a registered professional engineer accompanying a plat and showing the specific location and design of improvements to be installed in the subdivision in accordance with the requirements of the city engineer and the plan and zoning commission. Design standards means the design standards policy manual for construction of public improvements approved by the commission and adopted by the city council. Drainageway, improved means an improved ditch with invert protection, graded slopes and controlled velocities. Drainageway, natural means an existing ditch in as natural a condition as possible and which can be maintained as such in the opinion of the city engineer. Escrow means a deposit of cash with the city in lieu of an amount required and still in force under the surety bond and placed in an identified separate account by the city treasurer. Flood fringe means the portion of a floodplain between a floodway and the outer limits of a 100-year flood. Floodway means the channel of a stream or other watercourse and the adjacent land areas required to carry and discharge a 100-year flood. Grade means the slope of a road, street or other public way, specified in percent of vertical to horizontal measurements. Improvement means any drainage ditch, roadway, parkway, storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water main, sidewalk, pedestrian way, or other facility for which the city may ultimately assume the responsibility for maintenance and operation or which may affect an improvement for which city responsibility is established. Lot means a tract of land in a subdivision intended as a unit for the purpose, whether immediate or future, of transfer of ownership or for building development and represented and identified by a letter or number designation on a plat.
7 Model building means a building used initially for display purposes which typifies the type of units that will be constructed in the subdivision. Official plat means either a subdivision plat or an auditor's plat that meets the requirements of I.C et seq., and this chapter and that has been filed for record in the offices of the county recorder, auditor and assessor. Parcel means a part of a tract of land. Permit and development center coordinator means the individual assigned to manage the city permit and development center. Planning director means the planning director of the city or his or her designated representative. Plans of record means plans prepared by a registered professional engineer showing his or her signature and certifying that the public improvements have been constructed as shown. Plat means a graphical representation of the subdivision of land, prepared by a registered land surveyor, having a number or letter designation for each lot and a succinct name or title that is unique. Plat, major means any subdivision plat, which incorporates a new street. Plat, minor means any subdivision plat, which does not include a new street. Plat of survey means the graphical representation of a survey of one or more parcels of land, including a complete and accurate description of each parcel within the plat, prepared by a registered land surveyor. Proprietor means any person who has a recorded interest in land sought to be subdivided under this chapter, including a person selling or buying the land pursuant to a contract, but excluding persons holding a mortgage, easement or lien interest. Registered land surveyor means a land surveyor properly licensed and registered in the state who engages in the practice of land surveying pursuant to I.C. ch. 542B. Registered professional engineer means an engineer properly licensed and registered in the state who engages in the practice of engineering pursuant to I.C. ch. 542B. Responsible party means the applicant and owner, and all benefited property owners responsible for maintenance of the storm water management facility. The city shall only authorize a transfer of such responsibility from the applicant or owner to owners of the benefited property.
8 Right-of-way means a strip of land to be dedicated as a roadway, walkway, or another special use established and shown on a final plat as separate and distinct from the adjoining lots and not included within the dimensions of such lots. Standard specifications means the standard specifications for construction of public improvements adopted by the city council. Stormwater facility maintenance covenant and permanent easement agreement or stormwater facility maintenance agreement means that covenant and easement agreement that has been approved in writing by the city engineer which is binding on all subsequent owners of land and benefited property served by the stormwater management facilities and is recorded in the applicable county recorder's office. The stormwater facility maintenance agreement shall provide for the access to the stormwater management facilities and the land it serves at reasonable time for inspection by the responsible party and the city and for regular or special assessments of property owners to ensure that the stormwater management facilities are maintained in proper working condition. Stormwater management facility means those structures and plantings designed and installed pursuant to an approved stormwater runoff control plan pursuant to section Street classifications means an assignment of functional character and carrying capacity to streets and highways officially given in the urban transportation plan. Street, dead-end means a street permanently or temporarily closed to through traffic. Street, major means a street that provides for traffic movement between collector or arterial streets and local streets and direct access to abutting property. Street, minor means a local service street used primarily for access to abutting property. Street tree means a tree in a public place, street, special easement, or right-of-way adjoining a street. Structure means anything constructed or erected with a fixed location on the ground, or attached to something having a fixed location on the ground. Subdivider means any person who: (1) Having an interest in the land causes it, directly or indirectly, to be divided into a subdivision or to be included in a proposed subdivision; (2) Directly or indirectly, sells, leases, or develops or offers to sell, lease, or develop or advertise for sale, lease, or development any interest, lot, parcel, site, unit, or plat in a proposed subdivision; or (3) Engages, directly or through an agent, in the business of selling, leasing, developing or offering for sale, lease, or development a subdivision or any interest, lot, parcel, site, unit, or plat in a proposed subdivision.
9 Subdivision means a tract of land divided or proposed to be divided into three or more parcels, whether by subdivision plat, plat of survey, or otherwise; the act of creating a subdivision. Tract means an aliquot part of a section within the United States public land survey system, a lot within an official plat, or a government lot. Urban transportation plan means a part of the comprehensive plan providing for the development of traffic circulation throughout the city in a manner that will safely accommodate increased traffic volume at optimal speeds. Zoning ordinance means the official zoning ordinance of the city, together with any and all amendments thereto, set forth in article X of chapter 22 and in chapter 134. (C42, 3A-1; O.4972; C54, C62, 55-1; O.7716; C62, 55-2; O.8251; C75, 24-2; O.9305; C75, C79, 24-1; O.9726; C85, 24-1; O.11,191, 11,611; C91, 24-1; O.13,004, 13,289, 14,708) Cross references: Definitions generally, 1-2. Sec Policy. (a) It is declared to be the policy of the city to consider the subdivision of land and the subsequent development of the subdivided plat as subject to the control of the city to ensure orderly and planned development in conformance with the comprehensive plan. (b) Land to be subdivided shall be of such character that it can be used safely for building purposes without danger to health or peril from fire and flood and shall not be subdivided until adequate utilities, drainage, streets and similar improvements exist or are satisfactorily provided. (c) The existing and proposed improvements shall conform to and be properly related to the proposals shown in the comprehensive plan, and it is intended that this chapter shall supplement and facilitate the enforcement of the provisions and standards contained in building and housing codes, the zoning ordinance and the comprehensive plan. (d) A plat of survey may be approved in lieu of a subdivision plat when the permit and development coordinator, with the concurrence of the planning director and city engineer, determines that each parcel has access to all necessary public utilities and all necessary public improvements are in place. (C75, 24-3; O.9305; C79, C85, 24-3; O.11,611; C91, 24-3; O.13,004) Sec Purposes. (a) This chapter is adopted to: (1) Protect and provide for the public health, safety, and general welfare of the city.
10 (2) Guide the future growth and development of the city, in accordance with the comprehensive plan. (3) Provide for adequate light, air, and privacy, and secure safety from fire and flooding. (4) Guide public and private policy and action in order to provide adequate and efficient transportation, water, sewerage, schools, parks, playgrounds, recreation, and other public requirements and facilities. (5) Provide the most beneficial relationship between the uses of land and buildings and circulation of traffic in and adjacent to proposed development and the pedestrian traffic movements appropriate to the various uses of land and buildings, and provide for the proper location and width of streets and building lines. (6) Establish reasonable standards of design and procedures for subdivisions, in order to further the orderly layout and use of land, and ensure proper legal descriptions and monumenting of subdivided land. (7) Ensure that public facilities are available and will have a sufficient capacity to serve the proposed subdivision. (8) Prevent the pollution of air, streams, and ponds; ensure the adequacy of drainage facilities; safeguard the water table; and encourage the wise use and management of natural resources throughout the city in order to preserve the integrity, stability, and beauty of the community and the value of land. (9) Preserve as much as possible the natural beauty and topography of the city and ensure appropriate development with regard to these natural features. (10) Provide for due consideration to be given to the preservation of canopied areas and mature trees and to provide for the mitigation of canopied areas and mature trees which are removed for development. (11) Provide for open spaces through the most efficient design and layout of the land. (12) Provide for the extent and manner in which streets shall be graded and improved and the extent to which water, sewer and other utility services shall be provided to protect the public health and general welfare. (b) To the extent the applicant has complied with the remaining sections of this chapter and the design standards, standard specifications and any other standards set by the city engineer, it shall be presumed that the policies and purposes set forth in subsection (a) of this section have been addressed. (C75, 24-4; O.9305; C79, C85, 24-4; O.11,611; C91, 24-4; O.14,890)
11 Sec Jurisdiction. (a) The city's review and approval of subdivisions pursuant to this chapter shall apply to the subdivision of land within the city boundaries and, under the authority of I.C , to the subdivision of land within the area that includes all land within two miles of the city boundaries. (b) The subdivision of land within the city boundaries or within the area that includes all land within two miles of the city boundaries shall be of no effect unless a subdivision plat or plat of survey for such subdivision has received final approval from the city and such plat has been recorded in the office of the county recorder. (c) No building permit shall be issued for any parcel of land within a subdivision unless the subdivision plat or plat of survey for such subdivision has received final approval from the city and has been recorded in the office of the county recorder, except as provided for in this chapter. Further, no excavation of land or construction of improvements for a proposed subdivision shall commence except as provided for in this chapter. (d) Notwithstanding subsections (a) through (c) of this section, the city council may by resolution waive the city's right to review a subdivision within the area that includes all land within two miles of the city boundaries, provided the following conditions are met: (1) The city has received certification from the county that the subdivision complies with all county ordinances and regulations; (2) The city council has determined that the subdivision will not conflict with the extension of existing city streets and other city rights-of-way; and (3) The city council has determined that the subdivision will not interfere with development under the comprehensive plan. The city council shall not act to waive the city's right to review a subdivision until after it has received the recommendations of the plan and zoning commission. If the city council acts to waive the city's right to review, the city clerk shall deliver a certified copy of the city council resolution to the subdivider for recordation with the plat. (C42, 3A-2; O.4972; C54, C62, 55-2, O.7716; C62, 55-3; O.8542; C75, 24-4; O.9305; C75, C79, C85, 24-5; O.11,611; C91, 24-5; O.13,004) Sec Interpretation and conflict. (a) In its interpretation and application, this chapter shall be held to be the minimum requirements to further orderly community growth and to promote the public health, safety, and general welfare. (b) This chapter is not intended to interfere with, abrogate, or annul federal, state or local statute, rule, regulation, or other provision of law.
12 (c) This chapter is not intended to abrogate any easement, covenants, or other private agreement or restriction. (C75, 24-6; O.9305; C79, C85, 24-6; O.11,611; C91, 24-6(a)--(c)) Sec Amendments. Any regulation or section of this chapter may be amended from time to time by the city council. However, such amendments shall not become effective until after study and report by the plan and zoning commission and until after public notice and hearing before the commission and the city council. (C42, 3A-7; O.4972; C54, C62, 55-7; O.7716; C62, 55-9; C75, 24-26; O.9305; C75, C79, C85, 24-9; O.11,611; C91, 24-9) Sec Compliance with conditions. Under this chapter, each applicant has the duty of compliance with reasonable conditions laid down by the plan and zoning commission for design, dedication, improvement, and use of the land so as to conform to the physical and economical development of the city and to the safety and general welfare of the future lot owners. To that end, the commission may require that a proprietor incorporate certain regulations in this chapter as deed restrictions. Such regulations shall be intended to protect the character and value of the surrounding development and shall also tend to secure the most appropriate character of development in the property which is subdivided. (C42, 3A-4; O.4972, 5105; C54, 55-4; O.6642; C62, 55-4; O.7585, 7716; C62, 55-5; O.8400, 8542; C75, 24-20; O.9305; C75, C79, C85, 24-10; O.11,611; C91, 24-10) Sec Acre subdivision. Whenever a tract of land is subdivided and the plat shows one or more lots containing more than one acre of land so situated that such lot might eventually be further subdivided into smaller lots, the plan and zoning commission may require that the plat allow for the future opening of streets and the ultimate extension of adjacent streets. Easements providing for the future opening and extension of such streets may be required as a condition to approval of the plat. (C42, 3A-4; O.4972, 5105; C54, 55-4, O.6642; C62, 55-4; O.7585, 7716; C62, 55-5; O.8400, 8542; C75, 24-13; O.9305; C75, C79, C85, 24-11; O.11,611; C91, 24-11) Sec Auditor's plats. With regard to auditor's plats, the plan and zoning commission and the council shall have the right to waive provisions governing preliminary approval and public improvements outlined in article II and in division 1 of article III of this chapter, providing there is on file with the
13 commission a copy of the request of the county auditor or county assessor ordering such plat and a letter from the county auditor stating that the plat as submitted is satisfactory. (C42, 3A-2; O.4972; C54, C62, 55-2; O.7716; C62, 55-3; O.8542; C75, 24-5; O.9305; C75, C79, C85, 24-12; O.11,611; C91, 24-12) Sec Area plan. If a tract of land proposed for subdivision is a part of a larger area that could reasonably be subdivided, the community development department may prepare a possible plan of such larger undeveloped area to be used by the plan and zoning commission and the city council as an aid in judging the proposed plat. The city engineer shall cooperate in the preparation of this plan and shall furnish surveys and data as may be deemed necessary. (C42, 3A-2; O.4972; C54, C62, 55-2; O.7716; C62, 55-3; O.8542; C75, 24-6; O.9305; C75, C79, C85, 24-13; O.11,611; C91, 24-13; O.13,015) Sec Variations and exceptions. (a) Whenever the tract proposed to be subdivided is of such unusual size or shape or is surrounded by such development or unusual conditions that the strict application of the requirements contained in this chapter would result in substantial hardships or injustices, the applicant, at time of preliminary plat application, may request a modification or variation of such requirements. The plan and zoning commission shall review and make its recommendation concerning such request at the time of consideration of the preliminary plat. Within 30 days thereafter, the recommendation of the commission concerning such requested variation or modification shall be placed upon the agenda for the next regularly scheduled meeting of the city council. (b) All such variations and exceptions granted under this chapter shall be in harmony with the intended spirit of this chapter and granted with the view toward protecting the public welfare and interest of the city and surrounding areas. (C54, ; O.6229; C62, ; O.7716; C62, 55-6; C75, 24-23; O.9305; C75, 24-16; O.9353; C79, C85, 24-16; O.11,611; C91, 24-16) Sec Fees. (a) Before a preliminary plat, a plat of survey or an amendment to an approved plat may be considered by the city, the applicant shall deposit a fee in the amount set in the schedule of fees adopted by the city council by resolution. (b) Resubmission of a plat due to amendments required or made to the plat as previously submitted may be made once without additional fee. Thereafter, the resubmitted plat shall not be considered by the plan and zoning commission until the applicant has deposited the additional fee in the amount set in the schedule of fees adopted by the city council by resolution.
14 (c) An application made for property wholly owned by the federal government may be made without paying the fee described in this section. (C42, 3A-5; O.4972; C54, C62, 55-5; O.7716; C62, 55-7; O.8521; C75, 24-24; O.9202, 9305; C75, C79, C85, 24-17; O.11,611; C91, 24-17; O.11,777, 11,813, 13,004, 14,169) Sec Enforcement, violations and penalties. (a) It shall be the duty of the zoning enforcement officer to enforce this chapter and to bring to the attention of the city council any violations or lack of compliance with this chapter. (b) Appropriate actions and proceedings may be taken by law or in equity to prevent any violation of this chapter; to prevent unlawful construction; to recover damages; to restrain, correct, or abate a violation; and to prevent illegal occupancy of a building, structure or premises, and these remedies shall be in addition to the penalties described in section 1-15 of this Code. (c) Any person who fails to perform an act required by this chapter or who commits an act prohibited by this chapter shall be guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by fine or imprisonment as provided by section 1-15 of this Code or shall be guilty of a municipal infraction punishable by a civil penalty as provided by section 1-15 of this Code. (C42, 3A-6; O.4972; C54, C62, 55-6; O.7585, 7716; C62, 55-8; C75, 24-25; O.9305; C75, C79, C91, 24-18) Secs Reserved. ARTICLE II. APPLICATION, PROCEDURE AND APPROVAL PROCESS DIVISION 1. GENERALLY Sec General procedure. (a) Whenever a subdivision of land is proposed, the subdividing owner or his or her authorized agent shall apply for and secure approval of such proposed subdivision in accordance with the following procedure: (1) Subdivision plats and cluster subdivisions. a. Preapplication conference with staff. b. Preliminary plat approval by the plan and zoning commission. c. Final plat approval by the city council. d. Assurance for completion of improvements. (2) Plat of survey. a. Preapplication conference with staff. b. Plat of survey approval by permit and development coordinator.
15 (b) No contract shall be made for the sale of any part of the proposed subdivision and no permit for the erection of a structure in such proposed subdivision shall be granted until compliance with the procedures set out in subsection (a) of this section, except as provided in subsection (h) of this article. (C75, 24-19; O.9305; C79, 24-19; O.10,561; C85, 24-19; O.11,191; C91, 24-19; O.13,004) Secs Reserved. DIVISION 2. MAJOR PLATS AND CLUSTER SUBDIVISIONS Sec Preapplication conference. Whenever a major plat of any tract or parcel of land located within the platting jurisdiction of the city is proposed, the applicant shall submit to the city permit and development center a request for a preapplication conference. The conference shall include the applicant, his or her engineer and appropriate city staff. The purpose of the conference shall be to acquaint city staff with the proposed subdivision and acquaint the applicant and his or her engineer with procedures and with the regulations and policies that might relate to the subdivision. The applicant shall furnish a legal description of the property to be subdivided at the time he or she submits his or her request for a preapplication conference, and the conference shall be held within 15 days of such request. (C42, 3A-2; O.4972; C54, C62, 55-2; O.7716; C62, 55-3; O.8542; C75, 24-3; O.9305; C75, C79, 24-21; O.10,561; C85, 24-21; O.11,611; C91, 24-21; O.13,004) Sec Preliminary plat approval by commission. (a) After completion of the preapplication conference required in section of this division and if the applicant wishes to proceed to subdivide the property that was the subject of such preapplication conference, he or she shall cause to be prepared a preliminary plat of such subdivision and shall submit 13 copies of such preliminary plat and such other information as is required in this section to the city permit and development center for preliminary study and recommendation. (b) The preliminary plat shall be drawn to a scale of not less than one inch to 100 feet, shall be certified by a registered professional engineer and a registered land surveyor and shall show the following: (1) Title and complete legal description of the tract of land to be subdivided, showing north point, scale, date, certification by the surveyor staking the lots, and the names, addresses and telephone numbers of the owner, subdivider and surveyor/engineer.
16 (2) Existing and proposed contour intervals of not more than two feet; provided, however, that a minimum of two contours shall be shown on any plat. If the applicant does not propose to grade any portion of the subject property, he or she shall so indicate on the plat. (3) The location of property lines, existing and proposed public easements, and all such surface features as buildings, railroads, utilities, watercourses, canopied areas and similar items affecting the development; also, the general location and size of all existing and proposed subsurface features such as storm and sanitary sewers, water mains, culverts, gas mains, underground electric lines or cables, and drainpipes. The preliminary plat must be accompanied by a tree removal and mitigation plan containing the information required by section of the tree removal and mitigation ordinance. (4) A vicinity sketch or key map at a scale of not more than 500 feet to the inch shall be shown on or shall accompany the proposed plat. Such map shall show existing streets and alleys and neighboring subdivisions or undeveloped property. (5) All existing adjacent subdivisions, streets and tract lines of acreage parcels together with the names of record owners of unsubdivided parcels of land immediately adjoining the proposed subdivision and between it and the nearest existing streets. (6) The sites proposed for streets, alleys, parks, open areas, school property, other areas of public use and outlot areas set aside for future development, all assigned a progressive letter with the proposed use clearly designated. (7) The zoning district classification of the tract of land to be subdivided. (8) Proposed street paving widths, the radii of curvature of streets, maximum grades for streets, and changes in grades of streets in accordance with division 1 of article III of this chapter, the design standards and the standard specifications. (9) A soils report for the tract of land to be subdivided prepared by a registered professional engineer experienced in soils investigation showing general soil conditions and including recommendations as to the adaptability of such soils for the proposed development. This requirement may be waived at the discretion of the city engineer. (10) All established floodway or flood fringe encroachment limits. (11) A drainage report prepared in accordance with the design standards by a registered professional engineer. (12) The numbered address of each proposed lot assigned pursuant to article XII of chapter 102 of this Code. (c) Upon submission of such preliminary plat, the permit and development center coordinator shall retain three copies and forward copies to city departments, county agencies and utilities, as appropriate. The permit and development center coordinator shall instruct the city departments,
17 county agencies and utilities to complete their review of the preliminary plat and forward their comments concerning the plat to the city permit and development center within 14 days after the date of submission of such plat to the city permit and development center. (d) Upon receipt of comments from the appropriate city departments, county agencies and utilities, the permit and development center coordinator shall prepare a report on the preliminary plat which shall incorporate the comments and concerns of the city departments, county agencies and utilities. To ensure compatibility with the city's planning goals and policies, such report shall be reviewed with the planning director, after which the permit and development center coordinator, in consultation with the planning director, shall prepare a recommendation on the preliminary plat and forward such recommendation to the applicant. The planning director shall forward the plat and recommendation to the plan and zoning commission for consideration. (e) The commission shall determine if such preliminary plat conforms to the standards and requirements outlined in I.C et seq., and this chapter and shall approve, conditionally approve or reject such plat within 45 days after the date of submission to the city permit and development center. Unless the applicant agrees in writing to an extension of time, the preliminary plat shall be deemed approved if the commission does not act within such 45-day period. The commission's action for approval or conditional approval shall be null and void unless the final plat is submitted to the city permit and development center within 270 days after the date of such action; provided, however, that the permit and development center coordinator may grant, upon written request of the applicant, up to a 90-day extension for submittal of the final plat to the city permit and development center. (f) Before approving a preliminary plat, the commission may in its discretion hold a public hearing, notice of which shall be given as provided by law. (g) The permit and development center coordinator shall promptly notify the applicant of the commission's recommendations regarding the plat. (h) Subject to approval of the permit and development center coordinator, one model building may be constructed prior to final approval of the plat, provided: (1) The model building shall be constructed on a designated parcel on the proposed plat; (2) The designated parcel shall derive its access from an existing open street; (3) The designated parcel shall meet all minimum bulk regulations of the zoning district in which it is located; (4) The designated parcel is not located in an area where a future street or other improvement is proposed; (5) The designated parcel shall be shown as a lot in the proposed plat; and (6) If the designated parcel is sold prior to completion of the plat, the subdivider shall: a. Ensure the installation of required improvements for the parcel; and b. Obtain all documents from the subsequent proprietors, mortgage holders and lienholders required as attachments to plats under I.C et seq.
18 (i) If the applicant desires to commence construction of any required improvement after approval of the preliminary plat, but prior to approval of the final plat by the city council, he or she shall comply with the contractor's bond requirements set forth in division 2 of article III of this chapter. (j) Grading of the site shall comply with the following: (1) If the applicant proposes to grade, strip, excavate, fill, undertake or cause any earth change on the site or stockpile any granular construction materials in excess of 5,000 cubic yards on the site, he or she shall submit to the city permit and development center an application for a grading permit, containing all of the information set forth in section of this Code. The application for the grading permit shall be processed in the manner set forth in section of this Code. (2) An application for grading permit may be submitted at the time the preliminary plat is submitted to the city permit and development center, or at any time thereafter, but in no event shall the applicant proceed to grade, strip, excavate, fill, undertake or cause any earth change on the site or stockpile any granular construction material in excess of 5,000 cubic yards on the site until after approval of the preliminary plat and issuance of the grading permit by the city engineer. (3) The bond requirements set forth in division 2 of article III of this chapter shall apply to the installation and construction of permanent soil erosion control measures on areas of the site to be dedicated to the city. (C42, 3A-2, 3A-3; O.4972; C54, C62, 55-2, 55-3; O.7716; C62, 55-4; C75, 24-3, 24-10; O.9305, C75, 24-22; O.9455; C79, 24-22, O.9726, 10,561; C85, 24-22; O.11,191, 11,611; C91, 24-22; O.13,289, 14,890) Sec Final plat approval. (a) Within 270 days after approval of the preliminary plat by the plan and zoning commission, plus any extensions granted by the permit and development center coordinator pursuant to subsection (e) of this division, the applicant shall submit to the city permit and development center for its review and recommendation five copies of a final plat of the subdivision made from an accurate survey certified by a registered land surveyor and drawn to a scale of 100 feet to the inch or larger, which plat shall contain the following information: (1) The boundaries of the plat, the right-of-way lines and width of all proposed streets and alleys, and lines for any parks, open areas, school property, other areas of public use and outlot areas set aside for future development accurately established by sufficient information, including dimensions and angles or bearings. The boundaries of the plat shall be accurately described and shall give reference to two section corners within the United States public land survey system in which the plat lies or, if the plat is a subdivision of any portion of an official plat, two established monuments within the official plat. All streets, alleys, parks, open areas, school property, other areas of public
19 use and outlot areas set aside for future development shall be assigned a progressive letter and shall have the proposed use clearly designated. (2) The right-of-way lines, width and names of adjoining streets and alleys. (3) All lot lines, with applicable addresses and all easements, accurately established by sufficient information, including dimensions and angles or bearings. (4) All surveying dimensions and requirements as set forth in division 1 of article III of this chapter. (5) A complete legal description and list of proprietors of the property to be subdivided, showing the location and extent, points of compass, scale of plat, and certification and name of the surveyor responsible for staking the lots. All adjoining properties shall be identified, and where such adjoining properties are a part of an official plat, the name of that plat shall be shown. (6) An outline of all property to be reserved by deed covenant for the common use of subsequent property owners in the subdivision. (7) A proposed consent to plat statement and proposed dedication statement for all property within the plat to be designated for streets, alleys, parks, open areas, school property, or other public use. (8) All other information required under I.C (b) Upon submission of such proposed final plat with all required documents and information, the permit and development center coordinator shall retain three copies and forward copies to city departments, county agencies and utilities as appropriate. The permit and development center coordinator shall instruct the city departments, county agencies and utilities to complete their review of the proposed final plat and forward their comments concerning the plat to the permit and development center within 21 days after the date of submission of such final plat to the permit and development center. (c) The permit and development center coordinator shall determine if the proposed final plat conforms to the standards and requirements outlined in I.C et seq., and this chapter and shall approve, conditionally approve or reject such plat. The permit and development center coordinator shall notify the applicant of the action regarding the proposed final plat within 30 days after the date of submission thereof to the permit and development center. Unless the applicant agrees in writing to an extension of time, the proposed final plat shall be deemed approved if the permit and development center coordinator does not act within such 30-day period. (d) The applicant may make a written appeal, in whole or in part, of the action of the permit and development center coordinator to the plan and zoning commission. Such written appeal must be submitted to the permit and development center within 30 days after the date of final action by the permit and development center coordinator.
20 (e) If an appeal occurs, the commission, in conformity with the standards and requirements outlined in I.C et seq., and this chapter, shall hear and decide such appeal within 30 days of the date the appeal is submitted to the permit and development center. If the commission does not act within such 30-day period, the portion of the permit and development center coordinator's action appealed from shall be deemed reversed. (f) The permit and development center coordinator shall promptly notify the applicant of the commission's decision on the appeal. (g) The action for approval or conditional approval shall be null and void unless a complete application for final plat approval is submitted to the city council within one year after the date on which action on such plat was taken by the permit and development center coordinator; provided, however, that the permit and development center coordinator may grant, upon written request of the applicant, a 90-day extension for submittal of the final plat to the city council. (C42, 3A-2, 3A-3; O.4972; C54, C62, 55-2, 55-3; O.7716; C62, 55-4; O.8542; C75, 24-7, 24-11; O.9305; C85, 24-23; O.11,611; C91, 24-23; O.11,816, 13,289) Sec Final approval by city council. (a) Within one year after the date on which action on the proposed final plat is taken by the permit and development center coordinator, plus any extensions granted by the permit and development center coordinator pursuant to subsection (g) of this division, the applicant shall apply for final plat approval by the city council by submitting the following items to the permit and development center: (1) Twenty copies of the proposed final plat as recommended for approval. (2) A statement by the proprietors and their spouses, if any, that the plat is prepared with their free consent and in accordance with their desire, signed and acknowledged before an officer authorized to take the acknowledgment of deeds. The statement by the proprietors shall also include a dedication to the public of all lands within the plat that are designated for streets, alleys, ways, parks, open areas, school property, improvements or other public use. (3) A statement from the mortgage holders or lienholders, if any, that the plat is prepared with their free consent and in accordance with their desire, signed and acknowledged before an officer authorized to take the acknowledgement of deeds. An affidavit and bond, as provided for in I.C , may be recorded in lieu of the consent of the mortgage or lienholder. When a mortgage or lienholder consents to the subdivision, a release of mortgage or lien shall be recorded for any areas and improvements conveyed to the city council or dedicated to the public. (4) An opinion by an attorney at law admitted to practice in the state who has examined the abstract of title of the land being platted, which abstract shall be dated no earlier than 30 days prior to the date set for city council action on approval of the plat. The opinion shall state the names of the proprietors and holders of mortgages, liens, or other encumbrances on the land being platted and shall note the encumbrances, along with any
21 bonds securing the encumbrances. Utility easements shall not be construed to be encumbrances for the purpose of this section. (5) All public easements required by the city engineer for access to and for construction, maintenance and operation of improvements. (6) Statement of compliance with section of this chapter. (7) A subdivision bond as required under division 2 of article III of this chapter. (8) A copy of the schedule for the division of conditional deficiency as required under article X of chapter 94 of this Code. The application shall be considered complete for approval by the city council only after the proposed final plat has been recommended for approval pursuant to section of this division and after all items referenced in this subsection have been submitted in their proper form to the permit and development center. Following a recommendation for approval of the proposed final plat pursuant to section of this division, the date all items referenced in this subsection are submitted in their proper form shall be the date of application for final plat approval by the city council. (b) Upon submission of the complete application for final plat approval by the city council, the permit and development center coordinator shall: (1) Forward a copy of all documents required under subsection (a) of this section to the legal department for review. (2) Forward copies of the plat to the city engineer and the planning director for review and certification. (3) Forward a copy of any subdivision bond to the legal department for review and approval. (4) Forward a copy of any schedule for the division of conditional deficiency to the engineering department for review and approval. If all documents required under subsection (a) of this section are given necessary approval or certification, the permit and development center coordinator shall cause the application for final plat approval to be placed upon the agenda for the next regularly scheduled meeting of the city council. (c) The city council shall study such final proposed plat and shall determine whether it conforms with the standards and requirements outlined in I.C et seq., and this chapter and shall determine whether it conforms to the comprehensive plan. The council shall further give consideration to the possible burden on public improvements and to a balance of interests between the proprietors, future purchasers and the public interest in the plat. The council shall act to approve, conditionally approve or reject the plat. The council shall not issue final approval of the plat unless the plat conforms to I.C , and , and this chapter. If the council disapproves the plat, it shall state how the plat is objectionable. As part of plat approval, the council shall approve any dedication to the public of all lands within the plat that are designated for streets, alleys, ways, parks, open areas, school property or other public use. (d) The council shall review and approve the subdivision bond in the manner set forth in division 2 of article III of this chapter.
22 (e) The council shall review, approve and certify to the county auditor the schedule for division of conditional deficiency in the manner set forth in article X of chapter 94 of this Code. (f) The permit and development center coordinator shall promptly notify the applicant of the city council's action on the final plat. (C42, 3A-2; O.4972; C54, C62, 55-2; O.7716; C62, 55-3; O.8542; C75, 24-8; O.9305; C75, 24-24; O.9353; C79, 24-24; O.9726, 9847, 10,561; C85, 24-24; O.11,611; C91, 24-24; O.13,289) Sec Issuance of building permits. (a) Upon approval of the subdivision final plat by the council, the city clerk shall certify such approval on the plat. (b) Within 30 days after approval of the final plat by the city council, the applicant shall cause the certified final plat with all attachments required under I.C et seq., to be recorded in the office of the county recorder and shall cause an exact copy of the plat to be filed in the offices of the county auditor and assessor. The applicant shall then notify the city clerk in writing that the plat has been recorded in compliance with I.C et seq. Following recording of the certified final plat and notification to the city clerk, the applicant may proceed to offer, sell, lease or develop any interest in a tract of land, lot, or parcel, within the plat. State law references: Similar provisions, I.C (c) The city clerk shall confirm that the certified final plat has been recorded and shall forward exact copies of the plat to city departments, county agencies and utilities as appropriate. The building official may then proceed to issue building permits for lots contained within such plat. (d) Unless written application for an extension of time is granted by the city council, approval of the final plat by the council shall become null and void if the plat is not recorded within 30 days after the approval date. The permit and development center coordinator shall notify the county recorder in writing if the final plat becomes null and void. (C75, 24-25; O.9305; C79, 24-25; O.9847, 10,561; C85, 24-25; O.11,611; C91, 24-25; O.13,015, 13,289) Secs Reserved. DIVISION 3. MINOR PLATS Sec Preapplication conference. Whenever a minor plat of any tract or parcel of land located within the platting jurisdiction of the city is proposed, the applicant shall submit to the city permit and development center a request for a preapplication conference. The conference shall include the applicant, his
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TOWN OF OSCEOLA POLK COUNTY WISCONSIN ORDINANCE # 18-03-03 CHAPTER 18 SUBDIVISION AND PLATTING ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF OSCEOLA CODE OF ORDINANCES 18.01 Purpose Adopted 3/08/99, Amended 5/12/03, 7/9/07,
CHAPTER XVIII SITE PLAN REVIEW Section 18.1 Section 18.2 Description and Purpose. The purpose of this chapter is to provide standards and procedures under which applicants would submit, and the Township
Residential Minor Subdivision Review Checklist Plan Submittal Requirements: 2 full sets of stamped plans Electric submittal - all plans contained in a single PDF 3 full sets if commercial kitchen or dining
Charter Township of Plymouth Zoning Ordinance No. 99 Page 208 ARTICLE XXI RESIDENTIAL UNIT DEVELOPMENTS PURPOSE The purpose of the Residential Unit Development (RUD) is to permit two (2) optional methods
SECTION 6. "PUD" PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT OVERLAY DISTRICT Subsection. Purpose. This district is established to achieve the coordinated integration of land parcels and large commercial and retail establishments
ARTICLE V PRELIMINARY PLAN SUBMISSION 501. Plan Requirements a. On or before the 25 th day of the month prior to a regularly scheduled meeting of the Planning Commission, the applicant shall submit two
CITY OF OAK HARBOR Development Services Department Shortt Subdiiviisiions Shorrtt Pllatt Reviiew Prrocess IIII What is a Short Plat, and when is it necessary? A short plat is a map that represents a short