What are the subdivision plan requirements?

The Public Facilities Manual (PFM) Volume I is the principal source for all criteria to be addressed on the final Subdivision Plan.

Subdivision Plans will be reviewed for conformity with the following:

The plans are to include all existing and proposed physical improvements to the property to be subdivided, including, but not limited to:

  • Streets and rights-of-ways including widths and grades
  • Water and sewer facilities, and fire hydrants
  • Drainage facilities and stormwater management facilities
  • Curbs, gutters, and sidewalks
  • Traffic signalization and pavement striping
  • Recreational trails, parks, public areas
  • Water courses, water bodies, natural features and amenities, 100-year flood contours and easements
  • Burial sites, buffer areas, tree preservation areas, conservation areas, existing buildings and structures

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1. How do I subdivide my property?
2. Where do I apply for final plan review?
3. What is the approval process?
4. What other regulatory agencies approval is required?
5. What are the subdivision plan requirements?
6. How long is the review process?
7. What are the minimum submittal requirements?
8. What happens after I receive plan approval?
9. When can the subdivision plat be submitted?