Plat Review Guidelines

The contents required for either a Preliminary Plat or Final Plat are listed below:

Preliminary Plat Guidelines

  1. Title plat "Preliminary Plat"
  2. Name, address and phone number of the surveyor that prepared the plat and of the owner.
  3. Date on all submittals and date of all revisions, including month, day, and year.
  4. Location or vicinity map drawn to a scale.
  5. Benchmark and reference benchmark with datum and year of adjustment.
  6. District notes in accordance with Section 5.H.
  7. Signature lines for the District Superintendent and the District Engineer in accordance with Section 4.D.
  8. Location and dimensions of all existing and proposed drainage easements and fee strips. (See Section 9).
  9. Location of all drainage arteries adjacent to or crossing the development as determined by actual ground survey by the developer's surveyor including recording information and the District Unit Number. Survey shall have been completed within the past year and shall show stream alignment tow hundred (200) feet upstream and downstream of development.
  10. Limits of the floodway and 100-year floodplan scaled from the current FIRM. If none exists, add a note stating that the subject tract lies entirely outside the 100-year floodplain.
  11. For all Preliminary Plat Submittals, requirements must conform to the Texas Board of Professional Land Surveying Rule 663.18.
  12. Names of adjacent property owners or lot and block number if a platted subdivision.

Final Plat Guidelines

  1. Title plat "Final Plat"
  2. Name, address and phone numbers of the surveyor that prepared the plat, owner, MUD, and Home Owners Association as applicable.
  3. Location or vicinity map drawn to a scale.
  4. Benchmark and reference benchmark with datum and year of adjustment. All projects must be tied vertically and horizontally to a City of Pearland or Brazoria Drainage District No. 4 benchmark.
  5. District notes in accordance with Section 5.H.
  6. ignature lines for the District in accordance with Section 5.I.
  7. Location and dimensions of all existing and proposed drainage easements and fee strips. (See Section 9.)
  8. True location of all drainage arteries adjacent to or crossing the development as determined by actual ground survey by the developer's surveyor. Survey shall have been completed within the past year and shall show stream alignment two hundred (200) feet upstream and downstream of development.
  9. Paper copies of the plat shall conform to Texas Board of Land Surveying Rule 663.18(a).
  10. Applicable signatures of all parties to the plat prior to Board approval.
  11. CDROM containing the project boundary tied to the State Plane Coordinate System NAD 83.