Preliminary Subdivision Plan 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.    
  Property Owners: List of the names and mailing addresses of all property owners within 500' of the property proposed for annexation taken from Orange or Seminole Counties.    
  Authorizations: Name, address and phone number of any agent authorized to represent the property owner(s) of the property proposed for preliminary subdivision plan.    
  Supplemental Information: Plan submittal package bound into a single pdf document including the following information:     
       Vicinity Map depicting surrounding streets and existing zoning and land use on the site and surrounding area (within 500 feet).    
       Preliminary Subdivision Plan drawn to a noted scale (includes items a through n outlined in the Procedures Manual).    
       Grading Concept Plan/Utility Service Plan (includes items a through d in the Procedures Manual).     
      Fire Flow Analysis (includes items a through c in the Procedures Manual).    
       Tree Survey for properties larger than one acre (includes items a through c in the Procedures Manual)    
       Schematic Landscape Plan (includes items a through c in the Procedures Manual).    
       Legal Instruments: Drafts of protective covenants, whereby the developer proposes to regulate land use in the subdivision and otherwise protect the proposed development.    
       Level of Service Data and Analysis: An analysis of the parking requirements, including the time of use to support request.  Data shall include, but not limited to, preliminary assessment of traffic impact and trip generation study, stormwater drainage, water, sewer and parks; and in a format acceptable to the City.      
       Soils Map depicting detailed soils report based on the findings of a professional soil expert supporting proposed construction activity.    
       Wildlife Inventory (if the site is previously undeveloped), an inventory of wildlife species on site including species categorized as endangered, threatened or of special concern status as well as a description of the techniques and practices proposed to protect endangered, threatened of special of special concern status.    
       Impact Fee Table displaying the amount of impact fees due to the city.