**Application will not be considered for scheduling until reviewed by a planner.**
Final Plat Application 2 Revised 7/01/19
□ Property Owner Authorization
□ 1 Copy of Dimensioned Plat
□ Plat in Digital Format (PDF/JPEG)
If an agent is authorized by the property owner to file and execute the application on behalf of the property
owner, the agent must complete the affidavit below.
STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF MIDLAND
Before me, the undersigned authority, on this day personally appeared ___________________________ who, being by
me duly sworn, upon oath says: That (s)he is authorized by __________________________, the owner of the above
described property, to fully represent him/her in this application and that (s)he had the legal right, power and authority to
sign said owner’s name hereto as his/her attorney in fact.
Authorized Agent (signature)
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this _____ day of ________________, 20 ___, to certify which witness
my hand and seal of office.
NOTARY PUBLIC, MIDLAND COUNTY, TEXAS
This application authorizes the City to file the approved plat and associated documents with the County Clerk
for recording. This application also authorizes the City to reproduce 1 mylar copy of the approved plat at the
expense of the engineering firm/applicant for the City’s records if needed. (Applicant can submit additional
signed mylar instead of reproduction.)
□ Applicant would like a reproduction made for their records
□ Applicant does not want a reproduction/will make their own
Recording Fee (Payable to ‘Midland County Clerk’)
For plats 18” to 24” $61.00
For plats that exceed 24” $81.00
For related documents, $26.00 for first page, $4.00 for each additional page.
Signature (by property owner only – authorized agent must sign affidavit below)
Property Owner (signature):
Property Owner (printed) :___________________________________________________________________
The Final Plat shall be considered officially received in the Planning office only when it has been submitted in full
compliance with the provisions of Section 212 of the Texas Local Government Code and the Subdivision Code of
Ordinances of the City of Midland and when such required items for the application are also received.
All materials, including exhibits, submitted in support of an application, or displayed during a public hearing, shall remain
the property of the City of Midland.