A detailed drawing, to scale, depicting division of a parcel of land into two or more lots and containing engineering considerations and other information required.
a drawing or sketch showing how a property is to be divided along with the placement of roads, buildings, and infrastructure on the property proposed to be divided
a legal document that describes a tract/parcel of land by bearing and distances, locates and defines easements, and dedicates the necessary rights-of-way for streets and easements for utilities
A map of a subdivision. (in some instances, various public officials must review it and give their approval before it can be accepted for recordation by the Register of Deeds.)
The engineering plan for a subdivision of land submitted to DPWES for review and approved pursuant to Chapter 101 of the County Code.
a legal instrument intended to take a large parcel of land and divide it into smaller parcels of land. A subdivision plat may also create public rights-of-way or easements, and is usually filed with the public real estate records of the county.
A detailed drawing which depicts the manner in which a parcel of land has been divided into two or more lots. It contains engineering considerations and other information required by the local authority.
See plat map.