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The map shall show correctly on its face, in addition to the information required by Section 236.34 of the Wisconsin Statutes, the following:

(a) The Certified Survey Map shall be clearly noted and labeled on its face “Certified Survey Map.”

(b) Inset Map of the area concerned showing the location of the proposed certified survey map in relation to the U. S. Public Land Survey section and quarter-section lines and abutting and nearby public streets and highways. The inset map shall be oriented on the sheet in the same direction as the main drawing.

(c) Date of Map, graphic scale, and north arrow.

(d) Name and Address of the owner, subdivider, and professional land surveyor preparing the certified survey map.

(e) Description of the Location of the proposed certified survey map by quarter section, township, range, county, and state.

(f) All Existing Structures, together with an identification of the type of structure, such as residence, garage, barn, or shed; the distances of such structures from existing and proposed property lines, wells, watercourses, and drainage ditches; existing property boundary lines in the area adjacent to the exterior boundaries of the proposed certified survey map and within 100 feet thereof, and any other features pertinent to proper land division. The proposed use of existing structures to be retained shall be noted. All wells within the exterior boundaries of the certified survey map, and within 100 feet of the exterior boundaries of the map, shall be shown.

(g) Location of Existing and Proposed POWTS (private onsite wastewater treatment systems) if public sanitary sewer service is not available.

(h) Location of Soil Boring and Percolation Tests within the exterior boundaries of the certified survey map.

(i) Location and Names of Adjoining Streets, highways, parks, cemeteries, subdivisions, public lands, water courses, including impoundments. The owners of record of abutting unplatted lands shall also be shown.

(j) Existing and, if Applicable, Proposed Zoning within and adjacent to the proposed land division.

(k) Existing and Proposed Lot Lines, dimensions and size of all lots, and the minimum lot area required by the zoning district in which the land division is located.

(l) Building or Setback lines required by the County zoning committee, town board, or other approving or objecting agency, including those which are more restrictive than the regulations of the zoning district in which the certified survey map is located or which are proposed by the subdivider to be included in recorded protective covenants.

(m) Location, Dimensions, and Area of any sites to be reserved or dedicated for parks, playgrounds, drainageways, opens space preservation, or other public use.

(n) Length and Bearing of the centerline of all streets. The lengths shall be given to the nearest 0.01 foot and the bearings to the nearest one second of arc. The arc, chord, and radius lengths, and the chord bearing, together with the bearings of the radii of the ends of the arcs and chords, shall be given for all curved lines.

(o) Street Width along the line of any obliquely intersecting street line to the nearest 0.01 foot.

(p) Active and Abandoned Railway Rights-of-Way within and abutting the exterior boundaries of the proposed certified survey map.

(q) Notations or Restrictions required by the County zoning committee, town board, or other approving or objecting agency relating to access control along any public ways within or adjacent to the proposed certified survey map; the provision and use of planting strips; or provisions for the protection of any existing wetlands or other environmentally significant lands within the exterior boundaries of the map.

(r) Easements for Any Public sanitary sewers, water supply mains, stormwater management facilities, drainageways, and access ways.

(s) Easements or Rights-of-Way for any existing and proposed streets, utilities, and bicycle and pedestrian ways.

(t) Shoreland Boundaries and boundaries of the one percent annual probability (100-year recurrence interval) flood and related floodplain regulatory stages as determined by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Where such floodplain data is not available, the elevation shall be determined by a professional engineer retained by the subdivider, and the sealed engineer’s report providing the required data shall be submitted with the certified survey map for review and approved by the town or County Engineer The contour line lying a vertical distance of 2 feet above the one percent annual probability flood shall also be shown.

(u) Boundaries of Primary and Secondary Environmental Corridors and isolated natural resource areas, as delineated and mapped by the Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SEWRPC). The boundaries of wetlands shall also be shown. The wetland boundaries shall be determined by a field survey conducted to identify, delineate, and map those boundaries; and the name of the person, agency, or firm identifying, delineating, and mapping the wetland boundaries shall be provided together with the date of the field survey concerned. [Code § 14.06-2, 2018.]