Section 25-28 Final plat specifications.


    (a) The final plat shall be prepared under the supervision of a registered land surveyor and attested to by his signature and seal on the plat, in compliance with the current Missouri Minimum Standards for Property Boundary Surveys, and to the following standards:

    (1)    Drawn in ink on eighteen-inch by twenty-four-inch or twenty-four-inch by thirty-six-inch sheets of single or double matted polyester film or an approved equivalent, at a scale of at least one (1) inch equals one hundred (100) feet. When necessary the plat may be on several sheets, accompanied by an index showing the entire subdivision;

    (2)    The title of the subdivision and a graphic scale;

    (3)    A key map showing the entire subdivision and its relationship to the surrounding area;

    (4)    Legal description of the property to be subdivided;

    (5)    The boundary of the subdivision may mathematically close to one in ten thousand (1:10,000), and all interior areas must mathematically close to one in five thousand (1:5,000).

    (6)    Designation of all lots with lot numbers and the location of all lot setback lines along street rights-of-way;

    (7)    The size of the subdivision and any lot of one (1) acre or more shall be shown to the nearest one-hundredth of an acre;

    (8)    The location and names of all streets and adjacent subdivision;

    (9)    The relationship of the boundary lines to section lines, quarter section lines, and corporate boundaries;

    (10)    The location and designation of all easements;

    (11)    The location of all existing buildings on the tract;

    (12)    Location of all flood-prone areas (floodway, floodway fringe and/or 100-year flood plain as delineated on the December 1, 1981, flood hazard boundary map and amendments thereto)  and stream buffer limits, if applicable ;

    (13)    Reference to any related documents required to be recorded with the plat;

    (14)    Restrictions of record on the property which in the opinion of the director may affect the division and use of the land as contemplated by the subdivision.

     (15)    Any existing obligation or restriction affecting any part of the land to be subdivided that was set forth on a previous plat of the land.  Subdivider may omit any obligation or restriction that subdivider wishes to eliminate but the subdivider must then submit a letter with the application that identifies each omitted obligation or restriction and states the justification for the omission.

    (b) The following certifications shall be shown:

    (1)    Certification that the survey was executed in accordance with the current Missouri Minimum Standards for Property Boundary Surveys;

    (2)    Certification that the owner is the legal owner and has given consent to the subdivision and irrevocable dedication of street rights-of-way, easements, and all land intended for public use;

    (3)    Certification of the final plat approval to be signed by the mayor and attested to by the city clerk.

(Code 1964, § 19.527; Ord. No. 10099, § 1, 3-5-84; Ord. No. 014482, 5-15-95; Ord. No. 19049, § 1, 6-5-06; Ord. No. 19343, § 2, 1-2-07)


(Ord. 19343, Amended, 01/02/2007, Prior Text; Ord. 19049, Amended, 06/05/2006, Prior Text; 014482, Amended, 05/15/1995, Prior Text)