6.0 Property Identification Requirements For Recorded Plats
6.0 Property identification requirements for recorded plats
All official subdivision, condominium, or conditional use plats and plans shall contain the following property identification information before their final approval. County or city municipal planning commissions shall not act upon any plat or plans unless the addressing agency has reviewed addressing for duplication and has approved the street names. The local municipal planning agencies should insure that all plans contain situs address information that has been properly approved and identified on the plats and plans along with other requirement of these regulations.
6.1 Identification of existing subdivisions.
All existing subdivisions and conditional use developments which adjoin the proposed improvements or are within two hundred feet must be shown on the plats to include their lots and lot numbers. All existing developments should be delineated using dotted or short dashed lines to distinguish them from the proposed improvements.
6.2 Identification of existing streets.
Plats or plans shall show the location of all existing streets within two hundred feet of the proposed subdivision and all prior platted streets or other public or private ways which have been named or dedicated for address numbering.
All existing streets should be delineated using short dashed lines to distinguish them from the proposed improvements.
All existing intersections of streets within two hundred feet of the proposed improvements shall have their location coordinates identified on the plat or plans.
6.3 Identification of proposed streets.
When street numbers are assigned to proposed streets they shall be shown on all recorded plats within the designed roadway, to include the corresponding directional spelled (not abbreviated) and with the street type “Street” (not abbreviated – e.g. 1220 South Street).
When alphabetic street names are assigned to proposed streets, the name and the street type should be displayed in the designed roadway with the name and type spelled (not abbreviated – e.g. Yellow Brick Road).
Countywide grid system coordinates shall be shown on plats at all intersections and shall not display a street type (e.g. 1220 S).
All proposed streets shall be assigned either an alphabetic name or a street number as described in section 4.0.
6.4 Identification of new and existing frontage numbers.
The plat or plans shall show all frontage numbers which have been measured and assigned, to include those which are on private ways, deep lots and conditional use developments immediately adjacent to the proposed improvements.
Frontage numbers with their corresponding directional shall be shown within each proposed lot or contained within a lot table on the plat.
Number scales or constants used for determining frontage numbers shall be indicated on the plats and plans within the stamp area of the “PROJECT STREET NAMES APPROVED” stamp.
If existing frontage numbers are not sequential or are out of alignment with those proposed, then provisions must be made to adjust or change either the existing numbers, the proposed numbers, or both before final approval of the plats or plans may be given.
The signature or initials of the agency staff member who coordinated the street name and addressing information on the plat shall also be placed within the stamp area.
Addressing Standards were approved and adopted on July 14, 2009.