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Title 16 SUBDIVISIONS - City of Industry News

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Title 16 SUBDIVISIONS - City of Industry News

    Title 16

    SUBDIVISIONS

Chapters:

    16.04 Citation and Authority

    16.08 DefinitionsAdvisory Agency

    16.10 General Provisions Regarding Land

    Parcelization

    16.12 Parcel Map Procedures

    16.16 Fees

    16.20 Filing of Tentative Map

    16.24 Expiration of MapsExtension

    16.30 AppealsAdvisory Agency

    16.34 Waiver of Direct Access

    16.38 Dedication Required for Streets, Alleys,

    Drainage, Public Utility Easements and Other

    Public Easements

    16.42 Drainage and Sewer Facilities

    16.46 Bridge Crossings and Major Thoroughfares 16.50 Supplemental Improvements Reimbursement

    Agreements

    16.56 Improvement Security

    16.60 Soil Reports

    16.64 Monuments

    Quality Code Data 6/16/2009, Page 1

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    Chapter 16.04

    CITATION AND AUTHORITY

Sections:

    16.04.010 Subdivision Map Act.

    16.04.020 Compliance with Subdivision Map Act.

16.04.010 Subdivision Map Act.

     The ordinance codified in this title is adopted to supplement and implement the Subdivision Map Act

    and may be cited as the Subdivision Ordinance of the City of Industry. (Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

16.04.020 Compliance with Subdivision Map Act.

     All subdivisions within the city shall comply with all of the provisions of this title and of Title 7,

    Division 2 of the Government Code. (Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

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    Chapter 16.08

    DEFINITIONSADVISORY AGENCY

Sections:

    16.08.010 Definitions.

    16.08.020 Advisory agency.

16.08.010 Definitions.

     Whenever any words or phrases as used in this title are not defined herein but are defined in the Subdivision Map Act as last amended, such definitions are incorporated herein and shall be deemed to apply as though set forth in this title. (Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

16.08.020 Advisory agency.

     The planning commission shall constitute the advisory agency for tentative maps, parcel maps and final subdivision maps. (Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

    Quality Code Data 6/16/2009, Page 4

    Chapter 16.10

    GENERAL PROVISIONS REGARDING LAND PARCELIZATION

Sections:

    16.10.010 Parcel frontage.

    16.10.020 Parcel size.

    16.10.030 Access requirement.

    16.10.040 Parcel drainage.

16.10.010 Parcel frontage.

     No parcel of land shall be created by way of parcel map, subdivision or otherwise, in any industrial zone that has less than fifty feet of street frontage on a dedicated street or highway and a driveway of not less than twenty-six feet of width extending from the street frontage of said parcel. No lot line adjustment shall be approved which would cause any parcel to have less than fifty feet of street frontage on a dedicated street or highway. (Ord. 569 ? 1 (part), 1989)

16.10.020 Parcel size.

     No parcel of land shall be created by way of parcel map, subdivision or otherwise, in any industrial zone that has a land area of less than fifty thousand square feet. (Ord. 651 ? 13, 2000; Ord. 633 ? 5, 1998: Ord. 569 ? 1 (part), 1989)

16.10.030 Access requirement.

     No driveway required by Section 16.10.010 of this code shall be shared in common with any other separate parcel of land in any industrial zone. (Ord. 569 ? 1 (part), 1989)

16.10.040 Parcel drainage.

     Surface drainage of any subdivided parcel of land in the city shall not be permitted to sheet flow on

    to any adjacent parcel. The use of a combined drainage gutter for two or more adjacent parcels shall not be permitted. This provision is not intended to preclude the use of an underground storm drain along common property lines serving more than one parcel of land. (Ord. 569 ? 1 (part), 1989)

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    Chapter 16.12

    PARCEL MAP PROCEDURES

Sections:

    16.12.010 When parcel map is required.

    16.12.020 Requirements for parcel maps.

    16.12.021 Dedications for minor land divisions and parcel maps.

    16.12.022 Method of dedicating.

    16.12.023 Record title interest on parcel maps.

    16.12.024 Evidence of title for parcel maps.

    16.12.030 Requirements for filing tentative maps.

    16.12.040 Circumstances for waiver.

16.12.010 When parcel map is required.

     A parcel map shall be filed and recorded for any subdivision for which a tentative and final map is not required by the Subdivision Map Act, except for subdivisions created by short-term leases (terminable by either party on not more than thirty days notice in writing) of a portion of an operating right-of-way of a

    railroad corporation defined as such by Section 230 of the Public Utilities Code, or for land conveyed to or from a governmental agency, public entity or public utility, or to a subsidiary of a public utility for conveyance to such public utility for rights-of-way; provided, however, that upon a showing made to the planning commission based upon substantial evidence that public policy necessitates such a map, this exception shall not apply. (Ord. 455 ? 1, 1980: Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

16.12.020 Requirements for parcel maps.

     Parcel maps shall meet all the requirements of the Subdivision Map Act and of this title. (Ord. 386 ? 1, 1975: Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

16.12.021 Dedications for minor land divisions and parcel maps.

     Dedications or offers of dedication of public ways, access rights and abutters rights, drainage and

    public utility easements, building restriction rights and other public easements may be required for a minor land division or parcel map. (Ord. 386 ? 2 (part), 1975: Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

16.12.022 Method of dedicating.

     If dedications or offers of dedication are required for a minor land division or parcel map, they may be made either by certificate on the parcel map or by separate instrument. (Ord. 386 ? 2 (part), 1975: Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

16.12.023 Record title interest on parcel maps.

     The signatures of all parties having any record title interest in the real property being subdivided shall not be required on any final parcel map unless dedications or offers of dedication are made by certificate on the parcel map. (Ord. 386 ? 2 (part), 1975: Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

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16.12.024 Evidence of title for parcel maps.

     Evidence of title shall be submitted with all final parcel maps. This shall show all fee interest holders, all interest holders whose interest could ripen into a fee, all trust deeds together with the name of the trustee, and all easement holders. (Ord. 386 ? 2 (part), 1975: Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

16.12.030 Requirements for filing tentative maps.

     When a parcel map is required by this title, a tentative parcel map shall first be filed with the planning commission. Said map shall meet all the requirements for tentative maps provided by the Subdivision Map Act and this title. (Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

16.12.040 Circumstances for waiver.

     Pursuant to Government Code Section 66428, parcel maps required by Division 2 of Title 7 of the Government Code may be waived by the city council with respect to a proposed division of land where the city council finds and determines that the proposed division of land involves unique circumstances which make it unnecessary to require a parcel map to carry out the intent and purpose of the Subdivision Map Act and provided the city council further finds and determines that the proposed division of land complies with such requirements as may have been established by Division 2 or local ordinance enacted pursuant thereto as to area, improvement and design, floodwater drainage control, appropriate improved public roads, sanitary disposal facilities, water supply availability, environmental protection, and other requirements of this division or local ordinance enacted pursuant thereto. (Ord. 420 ? 1, 1978)

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    Chapter 16.16

    FEES

Sections:

    16.16.010 Tentative map processing fee.

    16.16.020 Final map and parcel map processing fees.

16.16.010 Tentative map processing fee.

     Every person submitting a tentative map shall pay a processing fee in the amount of one hundred dollars plus twenty-five dollars for each lot shown on the tentative map. If additional lots or acres are added before processing of the map is completed, the fee shall be increased in accordance with said schedule. If a revised map is substituted for an approved or conditionally approved map, an additional fee equal to one-fourth of the original fee shall be paid for processing the revised map. (Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

16.16.020 Final map and parcel map processing fees.

     The subdivider shall, at the time of submitting the final map or parcel map to the city engineer, pay to the city a processing fee of one hundred fifty dollars, plus fifty dollars per lot shown thereon. (Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

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    Chapter 16.20

    FILING OF TENTATIVE MAP

Sections:

    16.20.010 Filing of tentative maps.

16.20.010 Filing of tentative maps.

     Tentative maps shall be filed with the city engineer and shall be processed in accordance with the Subdivision Map Act and the provisions of this title. The subdivider shall file as many copies of the tentative map as may be required by the city engineer. (Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

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    Chapter 16.24

    EXPIRATION OF MAPSEXTENSION

Sections:

    16.24.010 Expiration of tentative maps.

    16.24.020 Failure to file parcel map.

16.24.010 Expiration of tentative maps.

     A. Expiration. The approval or conditional approval of a tentative map shall expire twenty-four months from the date the map was approved or conditionally approved.

     B. Extension. Upon application by the person who filed the tentative map, the planning commission may extend the expiration date for a period or periods not exceeding a total of three years, provided that the application for an extension shall be filed with the city engineer at least thirty days prior to the date upon which the tentative map is due to expire. An application for extension of time shall set forth the reasons for requesting the extension. As a condition to granting an extension of time, the planning commission may impose, without a public hearing, new conditions upon the tentative map necessary to protect the public health, safety or welfare as a result of the extension of time.

     D. Effect of Map Modification on Extension. Modification of a tentative map after approval or conditional approval shall not extend the time limits imposed by this section. (Ord. 500 ? 91 and 2, 1985; Ord. 379 (part), 1975)

16.24.020 Failure to file parcel map.

     Failure to file a parcel map with the county recorder within the time allowed by the planning commission at the time of approval of the tentative map shall terminate all proceedings. Any subdivision of the same land shall require the filing a new map. (Ord. 373 (part), 1975)

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