Civil Plan Review
Civil plan submittals are accepted at the Public Works Office any regular business day between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Civil plan submittals must be accompanied by the Plan Submittal Checklist (PDF) and will only be accepted after the Planning and Development Department has recommended approval of the Site Plan and Preliminary Plat.
Submittals will be reviewed for completeness within 24 hours and the developer or design engineer will be alerted in writing as to the determination (approved, rejected or revise and resubmit). If the submittal is approved the developer or design engineer will also be notified of the date that comments will be returned.
Complete submittals will be reviewed by the Development Review Committee (DRC) and returned to the developer or design engineer no later than three weeks from the date the submittal was approved as a complete submittal. All DRC comments will be compiled and provided to the developer or design engineer by email.
The developer or design engineer may request red line mark-ups. Requests must be in writing to the Director of Public Works. Additionally, after review of the DRC comments, the developer or design engineer may request a meeting with the DRC to review the comments. Requests should be made in writing to the Director of Public Works.
Plan Submittal Checklist (PDF) - Form must accompany all civil plan submittals.
Released for Construction Stamp (PDF) - Stamp must be on coversheet in top right corner.
Public Works Design Standards (PDF) - Current Public Works Design Standards adopted by Ordinance.
Preconstruction Meeting Checklist (PDF) - All items as one submittal; incomplete submittals will be rejected.
Estimated Affidavit of Value (PDF) - This form to be submitted with the Preconstruction Meeting Checklist.
Final Acceptance Checklist (PDF) - All items as one submittal; incomplete submittals will be rejected.
Final Affidavit of Value (PDF) - This form to be submitted with the Final Acceptance Checklist.
Maintenance Bond Review Checklist- This checklist is used by the City to review maintenance bonds.