The City Code stipulates requirements for the recording of final plats that are in excess of county requirements and which are no longer merited by city practices.
Ordinance 369 passed on February 23, 2004, established the current submission requirements for applying for approval of a final plat.
Ordinance 410 passed on January 23, 2006, separated the digital copy requirements out from the mylar reduction requirements.
In 2004, the city amended its subdivision ordinance to require that final plat applications be accompanied by a one inch equals 200 feet scale mylar reductions of the final plat. This requirement was enacted to bring city requirements in line with Carver County recording standards. The county has subsequently ceased requiring one inch equals 200 feet scale mylar reductions and the city does not have a use for these mylar reductions. Staff is proposing that the City Code be amended to remove this requirement.
The following section of the Chanhassen City Code is subject to changes:
Chapter 18 - Subdivisions
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