LAND USE AND DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS
185:A11 04 - 01 - 2003
INFORMAL (CONCEPT) SUBDIVISION
PLAT DETAILS AND REQUIREMENTS
Applicant's Name __________________________________________________________________
Application # _________________________________ Date Received ________________________
PLAN ACCURACY & LEGIBILITY
SUFFICIENT FOR REVIEW: Yes ( ) No ( )
( ) ( ) 1. A general description of the proposed development and a brief assessment
of its effect on the site, adjacent properties, the neighborhood and the
Township as a whole, including but not necessarily limited to effects upon
the natural environment, land use patterns, traffic and circulation, visual
factors, utilities and drainage.
( ) ( ) 2. A key map showing location of tract to be considered in relation to the
surrounding area, within at least 200 feet of the subject site.
( ) ( ) 3. Title block containing name of applicant and owner, preparer, lot and
block numbers, date prepared and date of last amendment.
( ) ( ) 4. Scale of map, both written and graphic. The scale shall contain no more
than 50 feet to the inch.
( ) ( ) 5. North arrow.
( ) ( ) 6. Zoning district in which parcel is located, and the zone district of adjacent
property, with a table indicating all setbacks, lot areas, lot widths, lot
coverage, floor area ratios, and density, both as to required and proposed,
for the subject property.
( ) ( ) 7. The location and width of any abutting streets, both right-of-way and
( ) ( ) 8. The boundaries of the tract in question, with dimensions of same.
( ) ( ) 9. Existing and proposed property lines, with dimensions of same.
( ) ( ) 10. Location of existing easements or rights-of-way including power lines.
( ) ( ) 11. Contours to determine the natural drainage of the land. Intervals shall be:
up to 10% slope - 2 feet; over 10% slope - 5 feet.
( ) ( ) 12. Location of natural features, including woodlands, streams and other water
bodies, wetlands, flood hazard areas and rock outcrops, as well as
locations of mining activity.
( ) ( ) 13. Location of existing buildings and their setbacks from property lines.