What is required for a Sketch Plat?
A sketch plat may be drawn at a convenient scale on paper no larger than 24” by 36” and show:

- The boundaries and dimensions of the property in question
- Existing (if any) and proposed name of subdivision
- Name, address, and telephone number of owner, legal description (Lot, Block,
Survey Abstract or Metes and Bounds from Deed)
- Scale, north arrow, and date
- Existing easements, rights-of-way, watercourses, and streets
- The Conceptual iSWMTM Site Plan
- Approximate location, rough dimensions, and minimum area of proposed lots
- Approximate locations and dimensions of proposed streets and public improvements
- Vicinity map showing general development location.

Following City Planner review, it will be determined whether a Preliminary Plat or Short Form Plat is required.

Show All Answers

1. What is a plat?
2. Who must file a plat?
3. Why must I have a plat?
4. How do I prepare a plat?
5. What is required for a Sketch Plat?
6. What is a Preliminary Plat?
7. Who approves a Preliminary Plat?
8. Is a Preliminary Plat necessary for a small subdivision?
9. What is a Final Plat?
10. What is a Minor Plat?
11. What is a Replat?
12. How much does it cost to plat or subdivide property?
13. Where can I get more information about subdivision requirements?
14. I received a plat with my title search, isn’t that all I need?
15. What does it cost to plat property?