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).