Before subdividing, the subdivider shall:
Meet with the planning and zoning commission to discuss the proposed subdivision;
Present a sketch of the proposed subdivision;
Reach an agreement as to any requirements and neighboring property relationships;
Meet with the City council and City engineer concerning proper standards which will be expected;
Present a sketch of the proposed subdivision to the City council; and
If the area to be subdivided is also to be annexed to the City, reach an agreement with the City concerning the proposed annexation.
[Amended by Ord. No. 83-78]
After preliminary discussions and agreements with the planning and zoning commission and the City council, the subdivider shall:
Not more than one year after receiving approval of the preliminary plat, the subdivider shall:
Before filing the final plat, submit a title report from an "abstractor" as defined in Wyoming Statutes, 1977, section 33-2-101, indicating that the subdivider has a fee simple interest in the land which is to be subdivided. Such report shall be filed with the City council;
Submit the original and five copies of the final plat and final engineering plans, prepared in accordance with Article IV of this chapter, and the estimated cost of the land improvements to the City building inspector, not less than ten days in advance of the date set for City council action. The City building inspector shall disperse these materials as follows: one copy to the City engineer; one copy to the City attorney; one copy to the City council; and one copy to the planning and zoning commission. Planning and zoning commission approval shall not be required before council action. The City engineer and the City council shall approve or disapprove the final plat and final engineering plans. The City council may extend the one year time limit;
Make arrangements with the City engineer for checking of engineering and improvement data and for the installation of proposed improvements or furnishing of the bonds in lieu of improvement; and
After having received City council approval, post a guarantee to the City for completion of all land improvements yet remaining to be installed and pay the necessary filing fee. Such plat shall then be signed by all parties as required by this chapter and state law, and the plat shall, within thirty days of approval by the City council, be filed with the county clerk.
[Added by Ord. No. 82-6; amended by Ord. No. 84-38; Ord. No. 96-3]
A final plat for a minor subdivision or lot split may be approved by the governing body of the City of Evanston by resolution.
Prior to approval, a sketch plan of the minor subdivision or lot split shall be presented to and reviewed by the subdivision review committee.
Prior to approval, a final plat of the minor subdivision or lot split, prepared in compliance with the requirements of this chapter, shall be presented to and reviewed by the subdivision review committee.
A disapproval of the preliminary plat or final plat or the denial of a permit shall contain in writing the specific reasons for disapproval or denial. An applicant may, within six months, reapply for a permit, which application shall include an affidavit to the planning and zoning commission that the deficiencies in the previous application have been corrected.
Appeal of the decision to disapprove the preliminary plat or final plat or to deny a permit pursuant to section 22-11 shall be to the City council.
Engineering standards of the City, as may be adopted from time to time by the City council, are included in this chapter by reference.
If, in its opinion, a preliminary plat contains land which may be needed for a public utility, park, school or other public facility, the planning and zoning commission shall submit copies of the plat to the appropriate public agency for review. The public agency shall have thirty days within which to review the plat and file a report to the commission.