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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
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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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County Codes
Title 20 Consolidated Development Code
20.712 Parcel Maps
20.712.010 General requirements
20.712.020 Application for tentative parcel map
20.712.030 Procedure for tentative parcel maps
20.712.040 Waiver requests
20.712.050 Procedure for referral and processing as subdivision
20.712.060 Findings for tentative parcel maps
20.712.070 Amendment of parcel map approval
20.712.080 Procedures for final parcel map
20.712.090 Effect of final parcel map approval
20.712.100 Reversion of final parcel map
20.712.110 Signing and recording of final parcel map

20.712.010 General requirements
    A.  The director shall be the designated official and the final decision-maker for purposes of applications for parcel maps, subject to appeal to the commission. If the commission denies the appeal, the applicant may appeal the denial of the commission to the board. Appeals to the commission and board shall be in accordance with chapter 20.28. 
    B.  All owners of land or their authorized representatives who propose to divide any land for transfer or development into four or fewer lots shall file an application for tentative approval of a parcel map. 
    C. Unless a method of dividing land is adopted for the purpose or would have the effect of evading this chapter, no parcel map shall be required when the division of land is for the express purpose of the following: 
        1.  The creation or realignment of a public right-of-way by a public agency; 
        2.  The creation or realignment of an easement; 
        3.  An adjustment of the boundary line or the transfer of land between two owners of adjacent property which does not result in the creation of any additional parcels; 
        4.  The purchase, transfer or development of space within an apartment building or an industrial or commercial building; 
        5.  Carrying out any order of any court or dividing land as a result of the operation of law; 
        6.  The following transactions involving land: 
            a.  The creation of a lien, mortgage, deed of trust or other security instrument, provided, however, that foreclosure of an interest in a portion of a parcel will not result in the lawful division of the parcel; 
            b.  The creation of a security or a unit of interest in any investment trust regulated pursuant to the laws of the state of Nevada or any other interest in an investment entity; 
            c.  The conveyance of an interest in oil, gas, minerals or building materials, which are severed from the surface ownership of the real property; 
            d.  The conveyance of an interest in land acquired by the Department of Transportation pursuant to chapter 408 of NRS; 
            e.  The filing of a certificate of amendment pursuant to NRS 278.473;
        7.  A division of land into large parcels, pursuant to chapter 20.716. 
        8.  A lien, mortgage deed or trust or any other security instrument provided that the creation of foreclosure of such an instrument on a portion of a larger parcel shall not result in the division of the larger parcel. 
    D.  When two or more separate lots, parcels, sites, units or plots of land are purchased, they remain separate for the purposes of this chapter and NRS 278.468, 278.590 and 278.630. When the lots, parcels, sites, units or plots are resold or conveyed they are exempt from the provisions of this chapter until further divided. (Ord. 801, 1998; Ord. 763, 1996)
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20.712.020 Application for tentative parcel map
    A.  Contents of application. Prior to dividing land by parcel map, the landowner or his authorized representative, shall file an application for approval of a tentative parcel map with the director, together with any request for waivers pursuant to section 20.712.040. The application shall be made on forms supplied by the department and shall contain the following information: 
        1.  List of the names, addresses and telephone numbers of the owner of record, applicant and the engineer or surveyor preparing the map; 
        2.  List of the names, addresses and telephone numbers of public utility companies which will serve the subject property, including water supply and method of sewage disposal; 
        3.  A north point, scale, date, boundary line and dimensions of the project. The direction of the north arrow should be shown pointing towards the top or right hand side of the map; 
        4.  The entire assessor's parcel, identify any remainder portion, and any contiguous properties under common ownership (whole or partial ownership); 
        5.  Legal description of the land included within the tentative parcel map sufficient to define the boundaries of the map. Note: A portion of a section is not sufficient. If the boundary is by metes and bounds, that description shall be on the tentative parcel map; 
        6.  The parcel layout, the approximate dimensions of each parcel (ditto marks not acceptable) where pads are proposed for building sites, the approximate pad elevation, the elevations of all adjacent parcels, the top and toe of cut and fill slopes to scale, preliminary design and approximate finish of all grading, and a number for each parcel in consecutive numbers. Any portion of property in common contiguous ownership not included in the map shall be labeled as a remainder parcel; 
        7.  In tabular form, indicate the approximate acreage, the number of parcels, proposed density, existing and proposed zoning and master plan designations, proposed use of parcels, number of lineal feet of new streets, and acreage of any remainder parcel; 
        8.  Zoning and master plan designations and land uses of adjoining property, including across any rights-of-way. Indicate distance from property line to any off-site structures that are within 25 feet of property line; 
        9.  Note and dimension all existing structures, indicating the use of each structure and whether structure is to remain or to be removed. In addition, show all parking facilities and driveways; 
        10.  The street approximate gradient or centerline profile for each proposed highway, street casement and drainage improvement shown on the tentative parcel map; 
        11.  Note the width and approximate locations of all existing and proposed easements or rights-of-way whether for public or private roads, drainage, sewers, or flood control purposes, shown by dashed lines. Overhead utility lines on peripheral streets shall also be indicated. Existing easements shall show the name of the easement holder, purpose of easement, and legal reference (official records) for the easement. If an easement is blanket or intermittent in nature, a note to this effect shall be placed on the tentative map; 
        12.  Note the approximate radius of all centerline curves on highways, streets or ways; 
        13.  The locations of all areas subject to inundation or flood hazard and the locations, width, and directions of flow of all watercourses and flood control areas within and adjacent to the property involved. Include community panel number, date of most recent revision per Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM), and the method for handling storm water;     
        14.  Locate, by distance from existing and proposed property lines and other above ground structures, the placement on the property of all existing structures and other manmade features including buildings, utility poles, fences, driveways, signs, existing wells, sewers, septic systems (including leach lines), culverts, bridges, drain pipes, fire hydrants and sand, gravel or other excavations within the subdivision. Indicate which existing structures will remain and which will be removed; 
        15.  The contour of land at intervals of not more than two feet if the general slope of the land is less than the ten percent, and five feet for all other areas. This shall include an area of not less than 100 feet surrounding the tentative parcel map. Please indicate contour interval and the source and date the contours were compiled;     
        16.  Vicinity map of the area showing the proposed parcel map in relation to any established roads and other landmarks so that the site can be easily located. Indicate the proposed access route to the site from the nearest public right-of-way; 
        17.  On a parcel map consisting of a condominium project or a planned development, the tentative parcel map shall show, by dashed lines, the approximate location from all existing and proposed property lines and building envelopes and other structures to be erected. 
        18.  The number of copies of the tentative parcel map, with contents as prescribed in the application form; 
        19.  A certificate from the county treasurer stating that no taxes or assessments are delinquent; 
        20.  Written evidence indicating that all applicable fees and application materials have been submitted to the Nevada division of environmental protection, water quality division. 
        21.  Copies of all applicable “will serve” letters. 
        22.  Copies of all applicable special studies and reports. 
        23.  Such other information necessary for review of the tentative subdivision map as shall be required in accordance with administrative regulations or this code. 
        24.  The claimant number under the Alpine Decree or any other court decree, identity and location of any existing or proposed drainage conveyance ditches, or other irrigation water conveyance structure within or adjacent to the proposed parcel map. The parcel map shall also provide typical channel centerline, right-of-way and ditch width of the conveyance ditch through the property, and arrows indicating direction of irrigation flow. The committee may, when necessary for its review, require additional information documenting existing and proposed conveyance ditch capacity. If the proposed parceling includes water impoundment there must be identification of the source of water and documentation of the state engineer’s approval.
    B.  Certification. If a survey is not required for the preparation of a parcel map, the map shall be prepared by a registered land surveyor, and contain a certificate which includes substantially the following: “This map was prepared from existing information (identifying it and stating where filed or recorded), and the undersigned assumes no responsibility for the existence of monuments or correctness of other information shown on or copies of any such prior document.” (Ord. 801, 1998; Ord. 763, 1996; Ord. 539, 1991; Ord. 495, 1989; Ord. 494, 1989; Ord. 390, 1981)
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20.712.030 Procedure for tentative parcel maps
    A.  Action by director. The director shall process the application for tentative parcel map approval pursuant to chapter 20.04. Using the standards for approval in section 20.712.060, the director, or his designee, shall approve, conditionally approve, or deny the application for tentative parcel map in accordance with chapter 20.06 
    B. Appeal and decision. An applicant aggrieved by a decision of the director may appeal in writing to the commission in the manner provided in chapter 20.28. 
    C.  Duration of approval. 
        1. Unless the time is extended in the manner set forth in paragraph D, the applicant shall present a final parcel map which conforms to all conditions of approval to the director for processing and recording, except as provided in subsection 2, within one year from the date of the final decision on the tentative parcel map application. If the applicant fails to submit a conforming map within the above time limits, all proceedings concerning the parcel map are terminated. If the final parcel map is submitted within one year and conforms to all conditions of approval and with the provisions of chapter 20.712.020, it shall be approved by the director.
         2. Unless the time is extended in the manner set forth in paragraph D, the applicant shall present a final parcel map which includes a conservation easement totaling 50 acres or greater and which conforms to all the conditions of approval to the director for processing and recording within three years from the date of the final decision on the tentative parcel map application.  If the applicant fails to submit a conforming map within the above time limits, all proceedings concerning the parcel map are terminated.  If the final parcel map is submitted within three years and conforms to all conditions of approval and with the provisions of chapter 20.712.020, it shall be approved by the director.
                   a. As used in this subsection, “conservation easement” means an easement that permanently preserves or protects open space, a floodplain or agricultural land from being parceled, subdivided or otherwise developed in a manner incompatible with the preservation or protection of the open space, floodplain or agricultural land.
    D. Extension.  For good cause shown, the director may extend the period for presentation of a conforming final parcel map for not more than one year after the expiration of the initial one-year period for presenting the map or initial three year period for presenting the map with a conservation easement of 50 acres or greater. The extension shall be consistent with any applicable policies of the master plan and may include conditions requiring compliance with current provisions of the development code. (Ord. 1345, 2011; Ord. 910, 2000; Ord. 763, 1996; Ord. 669, 1994; Ord. 495; 1989; Ord. 494, 1989; Ord. 390, 1981)
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20.712.040 Waiver requests
    A.  A person proposing to divide land subject to these parcel map regulations may request in writing a waiver from the requirement of a survey or a waiver of adequate public facility standards for roads. 
    B.  The request for waiver shall be submitted with the application for tentative parcel map approval. The decision on the request is made by the director in accordance with chapter 20.06 under the standards set forth in section 20.712.060. Reasonable conditions may be placed on any waiver granted under this subsection, in the manner provided in chapter 20.14.     
    C.  Before the director waives the survey requirement, he must obtain a written finding from the county surveyor or other professional land surveyor that a survey is not required to accomplish the purposes of NRS 278.010 to 278.630, inclusive. 
    D.  Waiver of adequacy standards for roads may be made in the areas of off-site access requirements, street alignment, surfacing and width, only if the applicant demonstrates that: 
        1.  The proposed parcel map, if approved, does not result in the creation of any parcels less than five acres in size; 
        2.  The land lies outside the boundaries of urban service areas designated in the adopted master plan; 
        3.  The waiver of one or more adequate facilities standards for roads does not result in road improvements which are inconsistent with any existing use of land zoned for similar use which lies within 660 feet of any proposed parcel.
If the waiver request is denied, the tentative parcel map application must meet all requirements for a land survey and adequate public facilities standards for roads. (Ord. 801, 1998; Ord. 763, 1996)
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20.712.050 Procedure for referral and processing as subdivision
If the tentative parcel map application or applications constitute a scheme for avoiding the rules governing the subdivision of land within the meaning of this title, or constitutes the second division of a tract or portion of a tract of land under the same ownership, the application may be deemed incomplete and the director shall notify the applicant or applicants that the proposed division of land must be processed and evaluated as a subdivision pursuant to chapter 20.708. (Ord. 763, 1996)
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20.712.060 Findings for tentative parcel maps
The director or his designee in rendering a decision on the application for tentative parcel map approval and the commission on appeal shall base the decision on the requirements of NRS and make affirmative findings on the following factors, taking into account the recommendations of reviewing agencies: 
    A.  The property to be divided is zoned for the intended uses and the density and design of the division conforms to the requirements of the zoning regulations contained in the development code; 
    B.  The proposed parcel map conforms to public facilities and improvement standards of this land development code; 
    C.  The proposed parcel map conforms to the improvement and design standards contained in this title;     
    D.  There are no delinquent taxes or assessments on the land to be divided, as certified by the county treasurer; 
    E.  The project is not located within an identified archeological or cultural study area, as recognized by the county. If the project is located in a study area, an archeological resource reconnaissance has been performed on the site by a qualified archeologist and any identified resources have been avoided or mitigated to the extent possible per the findings in the report. (Ord. 801, 1998; Ord. 763, 1996; Ord. 390, 1981)
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20.712.070 Amendment of parcel map approval
At any time before the recording of the final parcel map, the owner may apply to the director to amend the tentative parcel map approval in accordance with section 20.768.020. Minor amendments may be approved in the context of final parcel map approval. For any proposed major amendment to the map or terms of approval, the director may require resubmission of a tentative parcel map application. The owner may appeal any decision on amendments to the commission. (Ord. 763, 1996)
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20.712.080 Procedures for final parcel map
    A.  Application requirements. Following approval of the tentative parcel map, an owner who wishes to proceed with the parcel map shall file with the director an application for final approval and recordation of the final parcel map, prepared on standardized forms available at the office of the department. The application shall contain the following information: 
        1.  The original signed linen and at least five blue line copies of the final parcel map in the form required by paragraphs B and C, containing all required certificates and acknowledgments required by paragraph D; 
        2.  A certificate from the county treasurer stating that taxes and assessments are paid in full; 
        3.  Improvement plans approved by the county engineer, and other agencies required to approve the construction plan along with an approved and executed improvement agreement and required security or a certificate of satisfactory completion issued by the county engineer; 
        4.  Written documentation that all conditions of the tentative map have been met; 
        5.  Other items listed on the application form.
    B.  Form of final parcel map. The parcel map shall be drawn in black waterproof India Ink on tracing cloth or produced by the use or other materials of a permanent nature generally used for such purposes in the engineering profession, the size and border of which shall conform to the requirements of this title, and shall, in addition, include the following: 
        1.  If a survey is required: 
            a.  All monuments found, set, reset, replaced or removed, describing their kind, size and location and giving other data relating thereto; 
            b.  Bearing or witness monuments, bases of bearings, bearings and length of lines and scale of map; 
            c.  Name and legal designation of tract or grant in which the survey is located and ties to adjoining tracts; 
            d.  Memorandum of oaths; 
            e.  Signature of surveyor; 
            f.  Date of survey; 
            g.  Signature of the owner or owners of the land to be divided, witnessed by a notary; 
            h.  Any easement granted or dedications made; 
            i.  The exterior boundary of the land to be divided shall be indicated by a graphic border; 
            j.  Any other data necessary for the intelligent interpretation of the various items and locations of the points, lines and areas shown.
        2.  If a survey is not required: 
            a.  The tract to be divided and the resulting lot, by appropriate reference to the existing information on which it is based; 
            b.  The means of access to the severed lot; 
            c.  The signature of the owner or owners of the land to be divided, witnessed by a notary; 
            d.  Any easements granted or dedications made; 
            e.  Any other data necessary for intelligent interpretation of the division and access.
    C.  Signing of map. The director shall assure that the following signatures and certificates appear on or accompany the approved final parcel map prior to recordation: 
        1.  When financial security is required, the county engineer shall endorse approval of the map after the security has been provided and all the conditions of the map have been satisfied. Security must comply with chapter 20.720. 
        2.  When installation of improvements is required, the county engineer shall endorse approval of the map after all conditions of the map have been satisfied and all improvements satisfactorily completed. There shall be written evidence that the required public facilities have been installed in a manner satisfactory to the county shown by a certificate signed by the county engineer. 
        3,  The county engineer shall sign the map only after determining in cooperation with any utility providing water service to the parcel that the map is in accordance with section 20.100.040, water rights dedication. 
        4.  The following certificates and acknowledgments must accompany the final parcel map: 
            a.  A certificate signed and acknowledged by all parties having any record or title of interest in the land subdivided, consenting the preparation and recordation of the map; 
            b. A certificate signed and acknowledged as above, offering for dedication for certain specified public uses those certain parcels of land which the parties desire so to dedicate; 
            c.  A certificate of title indicating: 
                i.  That each person signing the final parcel map owns a record of interest in the land and that all the owners of record of land have signed the final parcel map; 
                ii.  Listing of any lien or mortgage holders of record, if any. If there are no lien or mortgage holders of record, the fact that there are none shall be stated in the certificate; 
                iii.  The certificate of title required by this title shall be signed and dated by an officer of the title company responsible for these statements contained within the title certificate;
            d.  A certificate by the surveyor responsible for the survey and parcel as may be prescribed by Nevada state law; 
            e.  A certificate by the county engineer stating that he has examined the parcel map, that the map is technically correct, and that the applicant has complied with each of the following alternatives: 
                i.  All the improvements have been installed in accordance with the requirements of these regulations; or 
                ii.  Security in conformance with chapter 20.720 has been posted with the board in an amount sufficient to assure completion of all required improvements;
            f.  A certificate by the director stating that he has examined the final parcel map and that he is satisfied that the map is in conformance with all applicable provisions of state and local law; 
            g.  A certificate for execution by the county clerk stating that the county has approved the map and accepted (or deferred) on behalf of the public any parcels of land offered for dedication for public use in conformity with the terms of the offer of dedication; 
            h.  Certificates from the division of water resources of the state department of conservation and from the health division of the state department of human resources, where required by the adequate public facilities policies in chapter 20.100; 
            i.  A certificate by the appropriate public utilities accepting the designated easements; 
            j.  Proper certificates of a notary public as required; 
            k.  A certificate for execution by the county recorder concerning the appropriate recording data required by law; 
            l.  If the property includes, impacts, or is adjacent to a conveyance ditch, a letter to the chief planning official by the water conveyance advisory committee stating that all irrigation water conveyance facilities and associated access and maintenance easements or rights-of-way are depicted on the map; 
            m.  A certificate granting rights-of-way for water conveyance and maintenance. The grant of the right-of-way shall run to the benefit of all persons entitled to the use of the conveyance ditch under the Alpine Decree or other court decree and their successors in interest or to any ditch company or similar entity having an interest in or responsibility for the water conveyance ditch and associated structures.
    D.  It shall be the responsibility of the director to file the original map with the county clerk for signing and submission to the county recorder within 15 days of the date of presentation of the conformity map to the department. Simultaneously with the filing of the map, the department shall record any other legal documents required to be recorded by the county. (Ord. 801, 1998; Ord. 763, 1996; Ord. 539, 1991; Ord. 495, 1989; Ord. 394, 1981; Ord. 390, 1981)
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20.712.090 Effect of final parcel map approval
No vested right shall accrue to the owner or developer of any parcel map by reason of map approval until the actual signing of the conforming final parcel map by all parties required to sign the map. All requirements, conditions, or regulations adopted by the county applicable to parcel maps shall be deemed a condition for any parcel map prior to the time of signing of the map by the county engineer. Where the county has required the installation of improvements prior to signing of the final parcel map, and improvements have, in fact, been completed, the developer may be required to comply with the local laws and regulations in effect at the time when the parcel map is presented for signing only if the director determines that such compliance is necessary to prevent a substantial risk of injury to the public health, safety and general welfare. (Ord. 801, 1998; Ord. 763, 1996; Ord. 500, 1989; Ord.390, 1981)
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20.712.100 Reversion of final parcel map
A final parcel map which has been recorded may be revoked pursuant to section 20.768.030 and 20.768.040, where applicable, and the parcel map reverted to acreage, pursuant to chapter 20.768, in the event that the owner or his successor in interest fails to complete improvements as required by the parcel map and any improvement agreement, development agreement or as otherwise provided by law. The proceeding may be initiated by either the owner or the county. At the initiation of proceedings to revoke or revert to acreage, the county shall record a document with the county clerk and recorder's office giving notice thereof. If final parcel approval is revoked or the property reverted to acreage, the board order to that effect will be recorded with the county clerk and recorder's offices, the parcel map will no longer be valid and further sale or development of lots or parcels within the revoked parcel shall be prohibited without approved division of land pursuant to this development code. (Ord. 1311, 2010; Ord. 801, 1998; Ord. 763, 1996; Ord. 390, 1981)
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20.712.110 Signing and recording of final parcel map
    A. Signing of the map. 
        1.  When an improvement agreement and security are required, the county engineer shall endorse approval of the map only after security has been provided and all conditions of the map have been satisfied. 
        2.  When installation of improvements is required, the county engineer shall endorse approval on the map only after all conditions of the map have been satisfied and upon issuance of a notice of completion. 
        3.  The county engineer shall sign the map only after determination, in cooperation with any utility providing water service to the subdivision or accepting improvements for maintenance that the map is in compliance with the county code relating to the dedication of facilities, water rights and rights-of-way.
    B.  Recording of the map. It shall be the responsibility of the department to file the original map with the county clerk for signing and submission to the county recorder within 15 working days of the date of approval of the final subdivision map by the commission. Simultaneously with the filing of the map the department shall cause to be recorded such other legal documents as may be required to be recorded by the county. (Ord. 763, 1996; Ord. 495, 1989; Ord. 494, 1989; Ord. 390, 1981)
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