Final Subdivision Plat Submittal Checklist

Applicant Checklist Required for Submittal Sufficient Insufficient
  Complete Application: On-line application has been thoroughly completed.    
  Fees: Application and Review Deposit fees have been paid.    
  Authorizations: Name, address and phone number of any agent authorized to represent the property owner(s) of the property proposed for final subdivision plat.    
  Recordable Plat:  The plat shall be clearly and legibly drawn in a format as required for filing for record in Orange County, in accordance with the design standards and provisions of Chapter 177, Florida Statutes.    
  Supplemental Information: Plat submittal package bound into a single pdf document including the following information:    
       Plat plan:  The plat must be drawn to a noted scale (includes items 1 through 15 outlined in the Procedures Manual).     
       Construction Details: Include construction details as specified in the Procedures Manual.     
       Subsurface Conditions: The location and results of tests made to ascertain subsurface soil, rock and groundwater conditions; depth to groundwater unless test pits are dry at a depth of three (3) feet; location and results of soil percolation tests if individual sewage systems are proposed.      
       Landscape Plan drawn at a noted scale and signed and sealed by a registered Landscape Architect (includes items 1 through 3 in the Procedures Manual).    
       Protective Covenants: if applicable, provide in form of recording any protective covenants (all covenants are nondiscriminatory in regard to race, color or creed).     
       Tax/Lien Information: Provide evidence supporting that all taxes and improvement liens against the subject plat has bee paid or discharged.      
       Level of Service Data and Analysis.  Data illustrating that all adopted levels of service affecting the property are met, or, if any service levels are not met, schedule of improvements which will be provided to ensure that all service levels are met.      
       Public Services:  Analysis of the City's ability to provide adequate public service to the land proposed to be subdivided (i.e. police, fire, garbage, etc.)    
       Private Facilities Information:  Should the plat involve a Planned Development or other  legal instrument that provides for the inclusion of private facility(ies) such as, but not limited to, bikeways and pedestrian lighting, street lighting, stormwater drainage areas, walls and fences, entry features, lift stations, infrastructure, any of which may be located within areas deignated as easements, tracts or other areas designated as private, must clearly reflect the responsibilities for construction, maintenance and replacement, on the recorded plat.  Easements such as conservation easements shall also clearly denote maintenance responsibilities on the recorded plat.