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Carroll County, VA
 
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The final subdivision plat shall be drawn on linen or other durable transparency of scale-true material with permanent drafting ink, at a minimum scale of 100 feet to the inch, except as herein provided. The plat shall be drawn on one or more sheets, the dimensions of which shall not exceed 24 inches by 18 inches. Where more than one sheet is necessary to show the entire plat, match lines shall be clearly indicated and cover sheet(s) must be included. When cover sheets are included, a cover sheet may be at a scale appropriate to the page size. The subdivider shall submit to the Administrator the original and 10 prints for the final plat.
The final plat shall be prepared by a land surveyor licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia. It shall contain the certificates and statements required by § 216-13. A place shall be provided on the plat to receive the signatures of the Highway Engineer, PSA, Health Officer and agent of the governing body.
A. 
The final plat shall conform to the preliminary plat as approved and shall show the following:
(1) 
The name and location of the subdivision.
(2) 
The name and address of the record owner and subdivider.
(3) 
The date of the drawing, North point and scale.
(4) 
The tract boundary lines, right-of-way lines and streets, easements and other rights-of-way, setbacks and property lines of lots. Bearings shall be shown to the nearest 10 seconds and distances to the nearest 1/100 of a foot. Data for all curves shall be shown in detail at the curve or in a curve table containing the following: radius, delta, tangent, length, chord, and chord bearing.
(5) 
The locations of monuments and property markers.
(6) 
The record names of adjoining subdivisions and the names of record owners of adjoining unsubdivided land.
(7) 
The name and right-of-way width of each street or other right-of-way.
(8) 
The location, dimensions, and purpose of all easements.
(9) 
Abutting streets and roads, with names or numbers and right-of-way widths.
(10) 
Designating numbers or symbols for all lots and blocks.
(11) 
The setback line.
(12) 
In the case of the resubdivision of existing recorded lots, existing lot lines shall be shown by dotted lines and the resubdivision by full lines.
(13) 
The purpose for which sites other than residential lots are dedicated or reserved.
(14) 
Private restrictions, if any, shall be recorded in the Circuit Court of Carroll County, and the deed book and page number shall be shown on the plat.
(15) 
Temporary turnarounds when required by this chapter, and the following notation shall be made on the plat: "Any area on this plat designated as a temporary turnaround shall be constructed and used as other streets in the subdivision until such time as (insert here the name of the street) is extended to join another street and the cul-de-sac ceases to exist. Thereupon the land in the temporary turnaround area which extends beyond the normal right-of-way line of the street will be vacated for street purposes and will revert to adjoining lot owners."
(16) 
The location of any buildings and construction, including the site of any residence to be constructed, the well site, the siting of the septic facilities and, when required by § 216-29, Lot requirements, Subsection D, the location of the required reserve area for such septic facilities.
(17) 
It is requested, but not required that a digital copy of the final approved plat be made available to the Carroll County Assessor's office.
B. 
Any subdivision of any land upon which there is located any stream or wetlands shall include the following language on the plat:
"Any streams or wetlands crossing(s) shall be designed, installed, and maintained in a manner that complies with all applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations. Any proposed work within ______________ Creek or its tributaries and/or its adjacent wetlands is subject to written approval by the Corps of Engineers and/or DEQ prior to its initiation. The owner will obtain written approval by submitting a complete permit application prior to performing any work in the waterways and/or wetlands."