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Each and every plat filed for record pursuant to RCW 58.17.160 shall:

A. Contain a legal description of the plat which shall match the description on the title insurance report.

B. Contain a dedication statement for all streets, easements, open space, tracts, or other parcels to be dedicated to the public or other specifically noted entities or organizations.

C. Be acknowledged by the person filing the plat before the County Auditor or any other officer who is authorized by law to take acknowledgment of deeds, and certificate of said acknowledgment shall be enclosed or annexed to such plat and recorded therewith.

D. Contain certification from the Assessor-Treasurer that all taxes and delinquent assessments for which the property may be liable as of the date of certification have been duly paid, satisfied or discharged.

E. Contain a statement of approval from the City Engineering Manager as to the construction of all streets and associated storm drainage systems for public streets. Streets not dedicated to the public shall be clearly denoted on the face of the plat and the plat shall contain a provision for maintenance of the private streets by the individual lot owners.

F. Contain a certification from the sewerage provider as to the means of sewage disposal for the lots if required.

G. Contain a certification from the County Health Department as to the means of sewage disposal and water availability if required.

H. The final plat shall follow the format as shown on the City Formal Plat Standards as now enacted or hereafter amended. All survey work shall be performed in compliance with RCW 58.24.040.

I. Be submitted to the City Community and Economic Development Department along with the following:

1. Twelve paper prints.

2. Two copies of a title report, prepared not more than 30 days prior to the date of written approval by the Director of the Community and Economic Development Department, from a title insurance company containing the complete and correct legal description of the plat, listing all easements of record which affect the property and confirming that the title of the lands as described and shown on said plat is in the name of the owners signing the dedication.

3. Final plat land use breakdown sheet.

4. One copy of the plat boundary, individual lots and street centerline computer closures for the plat. [Ord. 591 § 38, 2015.]