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Title 20 Consolidated Development Code
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Appendix C
Appendix D (Sewer Facilities and Non-Residential Wastewater Discharge Ordinance)
Appendix E (Backflow and Cross-Connection Control Ordiance)
Appendix F (Water Facilities)
20.01 General Provisions; Consistency with Master Plan; Right to Farm
20.02 Development Permits
20.04 Application Process and Official Filing Date
20.06 Decision by the Director
20.08 Review by Advisory Body
20.10 Review and Decision by Planning Commission
20.100 Public Facilities and Improvement Standards
20.12 Review and Decision by Board of County Commissioners
20.14 Conditional Approval
20.20 Notice Provisions
20.200 Surveys
20.220 Installing Utilities Underground
20.24 Public Hearing Procedures
20.28 Post Decision Proceedings
20.30 Expiration of Approval of Development Permit
20.300 Impact Fees
20.32 Revocation of Permit
20.34 Enforcement
20.38 Board of Adjustment
20.40 Fees
20.400 Development Agreements
20.44 Rounding of Quantities
20.440 Density Bonus Agreements
20.460 Reimbursement Agreements
20.470 Maintenance Districts
20.471 Maintenance District 1 - Monterra
20.50 Floodplain Management
20.500 Transfer Development Rights
20.550 Growth Management
20.560 Building Permit Allocation and Growth Management
20.600 General Provisions
20.602 Pre-application Conference
20.604 Special use permits
20.606 Variances
20.608 Amendment to Master Plan
20.610 Zoning Administration
20.612 Specific Plan
20.614 Design Review
20.618 Sign Permit
20.620 Temporary Use Permit
20.650 Zoning Districts and Standards
20.654 Agriculture and Forestry and Range Districts
20.656 Residential Districts
20.658 Non-Residential Districts
20.660 Use Regulations
20.662 Agricultural, Forest and Range, and Residential Land Use District Specific Standards (Table)
20.664 Agricultural, Forest and Range, and Residential Land Use Specific Standards
20.666 Non-Residential Specific Standards for Permitted, Development Permitted and Special use permit Uses (Table)
20.668 Non-Residential Uses Specific Standards
20.672 Livestock Overlay (LO) Zoning District
20.674 Manufactures Housing (MH) District
20.675 Mixed-use Commercial (MUC) Overlay District
20.676 Planned Development (PD) Overlay District
20.678 Residential Office (RO) Overlay District
20.680 Genoa Historic (GH) Overlay District
20.682 Clustered Residential Subdivision (CR) Overlay
20.685 Gaming District (GD) Overlay
20.690 Property Standards
20.691 Property Maintenance
20.692 Off-Street Parking and Loading
20.694 Landscape Standards
20.696 Sign and Advertising Control
20.698 Nonconforming Uses and Structures
20.700 Applicability and Procedures
20.702 Zoning Districts and Standards
20.703 Tahoe Area Plan Regulations
20.704 General Provisions
20.708 Subdivision Application Procedure and Approval Process
20.712 Parcel Maps
20.714 Division of Agricultural Land for Conservation Purposes
20.716 Division of Land into Large Parcels
20.718 Division of Land for Agricultural Purposes
20.720 Assurance for Completion and Maintenance of Improvements
20.768 Land Readjustment
20.770 Boundary Line Adjustment
20.800 General Provisions
20.810 Administration
20.820 Building Permits
20.830 Site Improvement Permits
20.840 Encroachment Permits
20.900 Numbering Structures and Naming Streets
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Title 20 Consolidated Development Code
20.200 Surveys
20.200.010 Requirements

20.200.010 Requirements
    A.  Required. Before a final map of a subdivision can be filed for recording, the county engineer must ascertain that an accurate and complete boundary survey of the lots, blocks, roads, easements and boundaries of the subdivision has been established on the ground by a licensed surveyor. 
    B.  Monuments generally. Monuments must be set as provided in paragraph C below and must be permanently and visibly marked or tagged with the registration and license number of the surveyor under whose supervision the survey was made. A description of each monument to be set subsequently to recordation must be shown on the final map. The minimum allowable error of closure is 1/10,000. 
    C.  Monuments, setting. The engineer or surveyor in charge of survey must set permanent monuments as follows: 
        1.  A class “A” monument must be set: 
            a.  On each boundary corner of the subdivision; 
            b.  Along the boundary lines of the subdivision at intervals of not more than one fourth mile; 
            c.  At street intersections or by reference thereto; 
            d.  At the beginning and ending of each curve unless special conditions require an alternate setting; 
            e.  On all block corners in the subdivision.
        2.  A class “B” monument must be set on each building site or lot corner in the subdivision. 
    D.  Monuments, construction. Monuments required in this title are as follows: 
        1.  A class “A” monument consists of a capped iron pipe having an inside diameter of two inches or more or a six-inch by 12-inch concrete monument, or a malleable metal capped steel shaft or its equivalent 30 inches long, driven at least 24 inches into the ground. 
        2.  A class “B” monument consists of an iron pipe having an outside diameter of three-fourths inch or more, at least 18 inches long, driven at least 12 inches in the ground extending between four inches and six inches above the surface and permanently stamped, or a reinforcing steel bar with a minimum diameter of five-eighths inch and at least 18 inches long, driven in the ground at least 12 inches and extending above surface of ground at least six inches with top painted red. 
        3.  Where a monument is set in a paved street, it must be set with the top at least six inches below finished grade and be covered with a cast iron cover set flush with finished street grade. 
        4.  By order entered in the minutes, the board may authorize placement of other specified kinds of monuments in a particular subdivision.
    E.  Map of record. Every licensed surveyor who surveys a parcel of land in the area of Douglas County into three or more separate parcels of less than five acres and prepares a map or record of each such survey must send a legible copy of such map to the county recorder within 30 days after completion of the map. (Ord. 763, 1996; Ord. 390, 19981)