Sec. 21-9-5. Information to be submitted with parcel and final maps.

The following information shall be submitted with all parcel and final maps:
(1) Improvement plans as required by Article 11 of this chapter.
(2) A title report showing the legal owners at the time of submittal of the parcel or final map.
(3) A guarantee of title, in form acceptable to the city engineer and city attorney, shall be issued by a competent title company to and for the benefit and protection of the city and shall be continued complete up to the instant of recording of the final map, guaranteeing that the names of all persons whose consent is necessary to pass a clear title to the land being subdivided, and all public easements being offered for dedication, and all acknowledgments hereto, appear on the proper certificates and are correctly shown on the map, both as to consents as to the making thereof and affidavits of dedication where necessary.
(4) A certificate from the county tax collector stating that all taxes due have been paid or that a tax bond or other adequate form of security assuring payment of all taxes which are a lien but not yet payable has been filed with the county.
(5) Whenever land, easements or rights-of-way are to be dedicated for public use or access or land, easements or rights-of-way are to be granted to public agencies, all such land, easements, or rights-of-way not dedicated or granted by the owner’s statement on the final map or parcel map shall be granted by deeds submitted with the final or parcel map.
(6) Written evidence of rights-of-entry or permanent easements on or across private property not within the proposed subdivision as may be necessary to allow performance of the work necessary to improve the subdivision, to allow for the maintenance of the subdivision improvements once completed, to allow for permanent public access to the proposed subdivision, and to allow for and to grant necessary slope rights shall be submitted with the final map or parcel map.
(7) Written evidence of such deeds, easements or rights-of-way not within the proposed subdivision as may be necessary to provide for the acceptance of stormwaters generated by the proposed subdivision shall be submitted with the final map or parcel map.
(8) All title, rights and easements reasonably required to carry out the purposes of this chapter and the Subdivision Map Act shall be offered for dedication to the city or other appropriate public agency not later than the time the final map or parcel map is filed for approval.
(9) Traverse closures for the boundary blocks, lots, easements, street center lines and monument lines.
(10) Complete hydrologic and hydraulic calculations of all storm drains and floodflow.
(11) The submittal of the final map or parcel map for a common interest development within the meaning of Civil Code Section 1350 et seq., shall include the proposed declaration of covenants, conditions and restrictions containing the provisions described in Civil Code Section 1353, and all other governing documents for the subdivision as are appropriate pursuant to Section 1363 of the Civil Code. The submittal of the final map or parcel map for all subdivisions other than a common interest development shall include any declaration of covenants, conditions and restrictions proposed in connection therewith. All documents shall be subject to review and approval by the city engineer and city attorney.
(12) In the event sewer, water, drainage, grading, paving or other required improvements have not been completed prior to the filing of the final map, an agreement in accordance with the requirements of Article 11 of this chapter shall be filed for the improvement thereof. The subdivider shall secure the performance of the agreement in accordance with the requirements of Article 11 of this chapter.
(13) The improvement agreement shall obligate the subdivider to hold the city and its elected officials, officers, agents, employees and volunteers harmless from any liability for damages or claims for damages for personal injury or death which arise from the operations of the subdivider and/or the subdivider’s subcontractors in connection with the subdivision. Evidence of insurance as required by the city indicating the amount of insurance the subdivider or his subcontractors in connection with the subdivision. A certificate of insurance shall be provided which names the city as an additional insured. The evidence and certificate of insurance required by this subsection shall be subject to prior review and approval by the city engineer and city attorney. (14) Copy of the approved or conditionally approved tentative map and the final conditions of approval.
(15) The final map or parcel map shall be accompanied by a statement to be signed by the community development director, which states that the map substantially complies with the conditions of approval imposed by the planning commission and/or city council. (Ord. No. 1500, § 3 (part).)