Subdivision Maps and Improvement Permit
After the Tentative Map is approved in the Planning Office, Tract/Parcel Maps for recording and Improvement Plans require review and approval prior to recording. The Improvement review is identical to the Grading Permit review. The Tract/Parcel Map review is outlined below.
What is needed to make an application for a Subdivision Map Review? Copies of the following items are required to be submitted digitally by bringing PDF copies to the Permit Center on a thumb drive.
- Development Services Intake Form, fully executed for all appropriate declarations.
- Approved Tentative Map, with approved stamps.
- Tract or Parcel Map, sized 18”x26”, and prepared by a Licensed Land Surveyor or Civil Engineer authorized to practice land surveying. Mylar copies are not needed on initial submittal.
- Electronic Map Closure Calculations prepared by a Licensed Land Surveyor or Civil Engineer authorized to practice land surveying.
- Parcel/Tract Checklist signed by a Licensed Land Surveyor or Civil Engineer authorized to practice land surveying.
- Acknowledgement and Agreements Form, fully executed.
- Map Checking Fee
- All Adjoiner Deeds and Senior Deed Conveyance called for in the survey property’s deed
- All Unrecorded Documents or Maps used in the preparation of the map, such as state R/W maps, private surveyor’s unrecorded maps, etc.
- Acceptance of the Conditions of Approval Sheet, fully executed.
- Preliminary Title Report
- Subdivision Guarantee. (A tax clearance letter will be required by the Recorder at the time of recordation).