Sec. 21-10-1. Reversions to acreage by final map or parcel map--Owner petition.

Property previously subdivided by final map or parcel map may be reverted to acreage by final map or parcel map pursuant to the provisions of the Subdivision Map Act and of this chapter. Proceedings to revert subdivided property to acreage may be initiated by petition of all of the owners of record of the property. The petition shall contain the following information and such other information as required by the public works department:
(1) Evidence of title to the real property within the subdivision.
(2) Evidence of any one of the following:
(A) Consent to reversion of all the owners of an interest in the property.
(B) That none of the improvements required to be made have been made within two years from the date the final subdivision or parcel map was filed for record, or within the time allowed by agreement for completion of the improvements, whichever is later.
(C) That no lots shown on the final map or parcel map have been sold legally or equitably or encumbered for purposes of financing within five years from the date such final or parcel map was filed for record and evidence that reversion shall not prejudice any person acquiring any interest (equitably or legally) in said lot or lots after said date.
(3) A tentative map in the form prescribed by Section 21-3-7(a) of this chapter.
(4) A final map or parcel map in the form prescribed by Article 9 of this chapter, which delineates dedications that will not be vacated and dedications required as a condition to reversion.
The petition for reversion shall be submitted to the city engineer for review. Upon finding that the petition meets with all the requirements of the Subdivision Map Act and this chapter, the city engineer shall submit the petition, together with a report and recommendations of approval or conditional approval to the city council for its consideration. (Ord. No. 1500, § 3 (part).)