City of Ocean Springs

    Subdivision Development Application

    Complete the following information for all phases of development (Sketch, Preliminary, or Final Plat.)


    APPLICANT INFORMATION









    Property Information


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    Subdivision Sketch Plat Application

    Sketch Plat Fees

    Minor Subdivision (4 lots or less) $250

    Major Subdivision or Multi-family $300

    Standard mail feerequired for notification of property owners within 500’ of applicant property. Exact fee to be determined by City, based on current postage rates.

    *Note: Payment online coming soon. Please mail payment to: Attn: Planning Dept., City Of Ocean Springs, Post Office Box 1800 Ocean Springs, MS 39566







    7. Is the property located within a special district? (historic district, waterview preservation district, etc.)
    8. Does the property include any wetlands? If so, include professional wetland delineation.
    9. Has any lot included in this request been previously split or reconfigured, to your knowledge?
    10. Are there any easements or other legal restrictions on the property? If so, please explain.
    11. Are there any existing structures on the property? If so, will they be kept or demolished?
    12. Where is the closest public sewer and public water and how far is it?

    Proposed Subdivision Information

    1. Is the subdivision infrastructure proposed to be PUBLIC or PRIVATE?
    2. Are any commercial or multi-use activities proposed? If so, please describe
    3. Are any variances being requested for the proposed subdivision? If so, please explain.
    4. Have there been any variances, exceptions, appeals or special uses granted for any properties in this request? If so, please explain and state the date(s) of approval:
    5. Is any open space or common area included in this subdivision? Include any bus stops.

    Affidavit of Ownership

    Attached hereto is an affidavit of ownership indicating the dates the respective holdings of land were acquired, together with the book and page of each conveyance into the present owner as recorded in the County Records of Deeds (Chancery Clerk) office. This affidavit shall indicate the legal ownership of the property, the contract owner of the property, and the date the contract of sale was executed.


    I further acknowledge that the information provided herein is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.


    SKETCH PLAT PLANNING COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST

    * Mailing fee paid in full (to be assessed by City after application submitted)

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    Submittal Requirement
    Application fees paid in full.
    Mailing fees paid in full.
    Sketch Plat plans -3 full size plan sets (24”x36”), one 11”x17”, and electronic PDF file, if possible.
    Sketch Plat plans include all required information (see sketch plat requirements, p 4).
    Wetland delineation, if applicable.
    Affidavit of Ownership and notarized signature submitted (see Affidavit of Ownership)
    Evidence of ownership (most recent tax statement, deed, etc.)
    If corporate ownership, attach a list of all directors, officers, stockholders of each corportation owning more than 5% of any class stock.
    Proposed Subdivision Requirements
    Proposed development conforms to land use designations.
    All proposed lots in conformance with lot setback requirements of zoning ordinance.
    All proposed lots in conformance with lot width requirements of zoning ordinance.
    All proposed lots in conformance with lot area requirements of zoning ordinance.
    If minor subdivision (4 lots or less), each lot abuts an existing street and no new streets or extensions of municipal services are required.
    Adequate legal and physical access to all proposed lots is provided (no “land locked” parcels).
    Proposed street system accommodates public safety access (police and fire).
    No easements interfere with proposed development.
    There are no outstanding City of Ocean Springs property taxes or special assessments on the original parcel(s). (also stated in Affidavit)
    Proposed subdivision abides by laws protecting wetlands and other water bodies.
    Proposed streets and alleys meet design requirements of Ocean Springs Subdivision Regulations, Section 39.
    Proposed subdivision is compatible with Ocean Springs’ Comprehensive Plan.

    Survey Requirements for Lot Split/Lot Reconfiguration

    Information for Applicant, Items MUST be included in submittal:
    Vicinity map identifying lot(s) relationship to nearby parcels, roadways or other landmarks
    Date, north arrow and scale
    Parcel ID number(s)
    Existing and proposed lot lines, lot dimensions, lot areas, and all setbacks
    Existing driveway(s), roads and road easements/rights-of-way
    Existing utilities, including any septic tanks or other private utilities
    All existing structures
    Setbacks from existing structures to existing and proposed property lines
    Location of any existing structures on the lots, with nature, location and dimensions
    Any existing and proposed utility or road easements
    Areas that may be reserved for parks, conservation or open space
    Future development phases, if any
    FEMA flood
    Zone designations and base flood elevations
    Existing water bodies and wetlands, approximating jurisdictional boundaries
    Name, signature and seal of licensed engineer or registered land surveyor who prepared drawings
    Proposed street alignments and widths, notated as public or private
    Notes:

    1. Preliminary plat can be submitted prior to approval of sketch plat, although its not recommended.

    2. A lot clearing permit can be obtained prior to sketch plat approval, if applicable. However, all stormwater requirements must be met prior to permit issuance.

    3. An application must be filed with the Jackson County Utility Authority (JCUA) prior to construction, so it is recommended the developer do so im mediately after Sketch Plat Approval.

    Next Steps

    Once the application is received (with all attachments) and fee is paid, the City will review the package and schedule the request on the next month’s Planning Commission agenda. The Planning Commission will make a recommendation to the Board of Alderman, which will approve or reject the request. Applicants are encouraged to attend both the Planning Commission and Board of Aldermen meetings to respond to questions. The Planning Commission meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm and the Board of Aldermen meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm. Applicants will be notified when their request will be considered. All meetings occur in the City Hall Board room at 1018 Porter Avenue.

    When the approved lot split or lot reconfiguration results in a new deed, the property owner or agent shall record lot split/reconfiguration survey and deed in the Land Records Office (Chancery Clerk) of Jackson County, MS.

    SUBDIVISION APPLICATION - PRELIMINARY PLAT

    Indicate Request: Preliminary Plat, Subdivision | Preliminary Plat, Multi-Family

    Preliminary Plat Fees

    Subdivision, any sise $250, plus $50 per lot

    Multi-family, any sise $250, plus $50 per unit

    *Note: Payment online coming soon. Please mail payment to: Attn: Planning Dept., City Of Ocean Springs, Post Office Box 1800 Ocean Springs, MS 39566

    Registered mail and advertising fee required for notification of property owners within 500’ of applicant property. Exact fee to be determined by City, based on current postage rates.

    SUBMITTAL REQUIRMENTS CHECKLIST

    (Preliminary Plat - Subdivision or Multi-family)

    * Required attachment can be submitted electronically on the appropriate tabs or mailed separately to: Attn: Planning Dept., City Of Ocean Springs, Post Office Box 1800 Ocean Springs, MS 39566

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    • Application
    • Application Fee - See Fee Schedule, page 1. Advertisement & Mailing Fee (to be determined by City after application submitted; to be paid prior to public notification mailings)
    • Vicinity map identifying lot(s) relationship to nearby parcels, roadways or other landmarks, 11”x17”
    • Preliminary Plat - 3 full size plan sets (24”x36”), one 11”x17”, and electronic PDF file if possible
    • Construction Plans and Specifications, including SWPPP - 2 full size plan sets (24”x36”)
    • Engineering Calculations, including pavement design - 2 copies
    • Public Works Checklist
    • If land disturbance activity is 1 - 5 acres, submit Notice of Intent (NOI), Small Construction Permit and Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) to City.
    • If land disturbance activity is > 5 acres, submit Notice of Intent (NOI), Large Construction Permit and Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) to City and MDEQ.
    • Draft Covenants, if applicable: Bylaws to govern the maintenance of subdivision entrance structures and other common areas such as monuments, pillars, fences, walls, plantings, statuary or other permanent features
    • State approval letters: Department of Health, Department of Environmental Quality, as required
    • COMPLETED Preliminary Plat Compliance Checklist
    • Evidence of ownership (most recent tax statement, deed, etc.)
    • Signed Stormwater Erosion Control Agreement (see attached)
    • Affidavit of Ownership and notarized signature (see Affidavit of Ownership)
    • If corporate ownership, attach a list of all directors, officers, stockholders of each corporation owning more than 5% of any class of stock.
    • Preliminary Plat & Construction Plan Requirements
      • Date, north arrow, scale and name of subdivision
      • Parcel ID number(s), lot and block numbers
      • Name and address of owner(s)
      • Names and addresses of all abutting property owners, as shown on tax records
      • Contours at vertical intervals of 1’ for plats with 4 or more lots (Ocean Springs datum or USGS datum)
      • Show plats on grid on even 500-ft intervals of state plane coordinates, township section, range boundaries
      • Existing and proposed lot lines, lot dimensions, lot areas and setbacks
      • Existing zoning ordinance lines and zones of all parcels
      • Existing driveway(s), roads and road easements/rights-of-way with dimensions
      • Proposed street, alley and right-of-way alignments and widths, notated as public or private
      • Proposed street names
      • Proposed utilities (sewer, gas, water, telephone, cable television, electric)
      • Existing utilities, including any septic tanks or other private utilities
      • Existing utilities, including any septic tanks or other private utilities
      • Location of manholes, valves, hydrants, transformers, junction boxes
      • Location of street lights and connections to existing system
      • All required utility plan notes from Public Works checklist
      • Location of any existing structures on the lots, with nature, location and dimensions
      • Natural watercourses/wetlands (delineated), railroads, sewers, bridges, culverts (location/size), drain pipes
      • Location and type of any protected trees and proposed landscaping
      • Setbacks from existing structures to existing and proposed property lines, if applicable
      • Setbacks from proposed structures to proposed property lines
      • Any existing and proposed utility or road easements
      • Location/size of proposed permanent common fixtures (signs, monuments, plantings, walls, fences, etc.)
      • Areas that may be reserved for parks, conservation or open space, with dimensions
      • Future development phases with general layout, if applicable
      • FEMA flood zone designations, base flood elevations and any areas within proposed subdivision subject to inundation by stormwater; plans to show proposal to eliminate ponding
      • If subdivision is more than 600’ from an established school bus route, a school bus loading area must be designated. (see Subdivision Ordinance, Section 71 for details)
      • Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
      • Name, signature and seal of licensed engineer or registered land surveyor who prepared drawings
    • Survey Requirements
      • Name of surveyor and date of survey
      • Class B surveying accuracy
      • Legal description and boundary survey, bearings and distances referenced to sectional or fractional section corners or other base lines
    • Engineering Calculations
      • Length and radii of all curbed street and lot lines, bearings and length of all straight street and lot lines and the area in sq ft of each lot
      • Street centerline bearing and distance with centerline curve data (deflection angle, radii, degree of curvature, chord distance and bearing and length of curve)
      • Profiles of all proposed streets showing the natural and finished grades drawn to a scale of not less than 1”=100’ horizontal and 1”=20’ vertical
      • Design calculations for pavements, utilities and any other improvements to be dedicated to the City
      • Stormwater calculations (drainage and retention), if applicable
    Note:
    1. Preliminary plat can be submitted prior to approval of sketch plat. If sketch plat is not approved at the time of preliminary plat submittal, a revised package may need to be submitted to address any comments from the sketch plat review.
    2. A lot clearing permit can be obtained through the building department and tree committee prior to sketch plat approval, if applicable. However, all stormwater requirements must be met prior to permit issuance.

    Stormwater Erosion Control Agreement

    This regulation is to prevent introduction of pollutants that may potentially enter the City Drainage System (CDS) or waterways. The following practices are the minimum requirements for construction sites that involve disturbance of the natural earth. No owner or their agent of any parcel of land or property, whether with or without a structure thereupon, shall permit the erosion or escape of soil, sand, gravel or similar material from said parcel onto any adjoining property, public street or into any drainage channel that receives rainwater runoff from said parcel in such quantities as to harm said adjoining property, public street, drainage channel, or stormwater drainage system. In the development or use of any site, the owner or their agents shall not construct or conduct any activity so as to cause the discharge of rainwater runoff in such a manner as to cause erosion or to increase blockage of any channel or storm drainage system. This includes both pre-construction and post-construction.

    Minimum requirements for construction sites with land disturbance.
    1. Storm control measures shall be installed at the onset of construction.
    2. These measures shall capture sediment prior to it leaving the property.
    3. Silt fencing is a last line control measure and should be maintained continuously.
    4. Temporary and/or permanent revegetation of bare ground must be utilized in order to stabilize disturbed soil at the earliest practicable date.
    5. Steep slopes require Hydro seeding/sod and/or the installation of erosion control mat.
    6. Construction of on-site stormwater retention should function as temporary sedimentation retention until permanent revegetation of the subject tract is accomplished.
    7. Other measures may be necessary to control erosion and sedimentation on a site-by-site basis.
    During the construction, if at any time, these measures are not in compliance, the building department will issue a stop work order until the site is in compliance.

    Requirements from the Ocean Springs Stormwater Ordinance:
    • 0 - 0.9 acre of land disturbed: No permit or SWPPP currently required unless the disturbance is part of a Larger Common Plan of Development or Sale. A SWPPP may be requested or required if there are complaints or nuisance conditions.
    • 1 - 5 acres of land disturbed: Permit required from City of Ocean Springs Code Enforcement Office. A Small Construction Notice of Intent (NOI) and SWPPP must be submitted to the Planning Department.
    • Above 5 acres: Permit required from the City and MDEQ. A SWPPP must be submitted to the City and a Large Construction NOI and SWPPP should also be submitted to MDEQ.

    I certify under penalty of law that I understand the terms and conditions of the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality’s Large Construction and Small Construction General Permits. I also certify that I have received stormwater related education materials for construction activities from the City of Ocean Springs (materials included Small Construction General Permit; Large Construction General Permit; the Planning and Design Manual for the Control of Erosion, Sediment, and Stormwater; Ocean Springs’ ordinance for Stormwater Runoff; Illicit Discharges and Illegal Connections). I will implement, install and properly maintain erosion and sediment controls at any site with land disturbance greater than 1 acre. I understand that failure to reasonably control sediment from land disturbing activities is considered a violation of City Ordinance, MDEQ’s general permits, and the Clean Water Act and can result in suspension of work and monetary fines.

    Preliminary Plat Planning Compliance Checklist

    All application documents submitted (see “Submittal Requirements,” p 3).
    Application fees paid in full.
    Preliminary plat and construction plans include all required information (see “Preliminary Plat and Construction Plan Requirements,” p 3-4).
    Adequate legal and physical access to all proposed lots is provided (no “land locked” parcels).
    All proposed lots in conformance with lot setback requirements of zoning ordinance.
    All proposed lots in conformance with lot width requirements of zoning ordinance.
    All proposed lots in conformance with lot area requirements of zoning ordinance.
    Proposed development conforms to land use designations.
    Proposed street system accommodates public safety access (police and fire).
    There are no dead end streets in the subdivision (closed end requires cul-de-sac).
    Water and sewer mains located on opposite sides of streets whenever possible.
    If cul-de-sac proposed, it shall be no longer than 750’ with a minimum right-of-way of 50’. Cul-de-sac shall have no more than 24 lots fronting the street.
    Proposed street names are unique and not duplicative with other streets in the City.
    No easements interfere with proposed development.
    There are no outstanding City of Ocean Springs property taxes or special assessments on the original parcel(s).
    Proposed subdivision abides by laws protecting wetlands and other water bodies.
    Proposed subdivision is compatible with Ocean Springs’ Comprehensive Plan.
    Letters of approval have been received from DOH and DEQ and submitted to City.
    If this is a multi-phased project, are future phases shown?
    If ingress/egress of proposed subdivision is on a “major” road (as classified by City), accel and decel lanes are provided at the entrance.
    Proposed infrastructure meets design requirements of Ocean Springs Subdivision Regulations, Article III Required Improvements and Standards.
    Stormwater calculations and SWPPP meet City and MDEQ requirements.

    Affidavit of Ownership

    Attached hereto is an affidavit of ownership indicating the dates the respective holdings of land were acquired, together with the book and page of each conveyance into the present owner as recorded in the County Records of Deeds (Chancery Clerk) office. This affidavit shall indicate the legal ownership of the property, the contract owner of the property, and the date the contract of sale was executed.

    I further acknowledge that the information provided herein is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.


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    Next Steps

    Once the application is received (with all attachments) and fee is paid, the City will review the package and schedule the request on the next appropriate Planning Commission agenda. Appropriate time must be allowed for public notification via advertisements and certified mail prior to the Planning Commission meeting. The Planning Commission will make a recommendation to the Board of Alderman, which will approve or reject the request. Applicants are encouraged to attend both the Planning Commission and Board of Aldermen meetings to respond to questions. The Planning Commission meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm and the Board of Aldermen meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm. All meetings occur in the City Hall Board room at 1018 Porter Avenue. After preliminary plat approval, but before construction, the following must occur:

    • City to designate numerical street addresses for each lot.
    • Preconstruction meeting between developer, developer engineer, contractor, City engineer and City inspector.
    • City to assess developer $75/lot for a construction inspection fee.

    After infrastructure construction,but before final engineering inspection, the following must occur:
    • Developer to have registered engineer or surveyor check final as-built elevations and locations of all improvements shown on the originally approved construction plans and preliminary plat.
    • Lot numbers shall be clearly indicated (painted, stamped, cut, etc.) onto the curb or edge of pavement abutting the lot.
    • Location of water and sewer services shall be indicated with a “W” and “S” and shall be permanently stamped or cut into the curb abutting each lot by developer.
    • Developer to submit as built plans to City.
    • City to review any variations from approved Preliminary Plat.

    Before Final Plat approval,
    • Developer to submit to City warranty of proper engineering, installation, materials and construction of all improvements on all property to be owned by the City for a period of 3 years or until such time that 85% of the lots in the subdivision have received certificate of occupancy for the dwelling units constructed, with a minimum warranty of 2 years.
    • Developer to post security instrument of $700 per lot for up to three years. Security instrument may be released after 3 years or upon issuance of certificate of occupancies for 85% of lots.

    SUBDIVISION APPLICATION - FINAL PLAT

    Indicate Request: Final Plat, Subdivision | Final Plat, Multi-Family

    Final Plat Fees

    Subdivision, any sise $250, plus $20 per lot

    Multi-family, any sise $250, plus $20 per unit

    Mail fee required for notification of property owners within 500’of applicant property. Exact fee to be determined by City, based on current standard postage rates.


    1. Date preliminary plat was approved by Board of Aldermen:
    2. Were any changes made subsequent to preliminary plat approval? If yes, describe:
    3. Does this final plat request include the entire area approved in the preliminary plat? Yes | No

    Final Inspection

    1. Date final inspection was completed:
    2. Have all requirements identified by final inspection been completed and approved by City? Yes | No
    3. Have all required improvements been installed? Yes | No
    4. Will the City need to install any signs or traffic control devices required by the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices in the development? Yes | No

    FINAL PLAT PLANNING COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST

    * Required attachment can be submitted electronically on the appropriate tabs or mailed separately to: Attn: Planning Dept., City Of Ocean Springs, Post Office Box 1800 Ocean Springs, MS 39566

    Checklist to be completed by applicantand verified by City.Attach all documentation, as applicable.

    Application fees paid in full.
    Mailing fees paid in full (to be assessed by City after application submitted).
    Final plat submitted within 2 years of preliminary plat approval.
    Final Inspection Approval letter, with list of administrative and construction requirements identified during final inspection, and verification of their completion and approval by City.
    Final plat plans include all required information (see “Final Plat Requirements,” p 3).
    Construction As -Built plans, after final inspection approval (3 full size plan sets).
    Any variations from preliminary plat have been reviewed and approved by City.
    Final notarized covenants with effective date, if applicable (bylaws to govern the maintenance of subdivision entrance structures and other common areas such as monuments, pillars, fences, walls, plantings, statuary or other permanent features)
    There are no outstanding City of Ocean Springs property taxes or special assessments on the original parcel(s).
    Proposed subdivision abides by laws protecting wetlands and other water bodies.
    Final letters of approval for water and sewer systems havebeen received from DOH and DEQ and are included in this application.
    Permanent erosion & sediment controls and stormwater detention facilities are constructed and shown on as builts. Stormwater permit, NOI and SWPPP are on file with City (and MDEQ if land disturbance is greater than 5 acres).
    If City will need to install signs or traffic devices (per MUTCD), developer has deposited funds with the City to cover costs of material, labor and equipment associated with these installations within the subdivision.
    Conveyance to City of school bus loading area and a maintenance area surrounding the bus stop.
    If City has deemed it necessary, developer has had engineering and traffic investigation report completed for establishing speed limits within subdivision.
    Certification showing applicant is the landowner and that all prior easement rights to any person, utility or corporation have been absolved on the parcels to be dedicated to public use. The person, utility or corporation shall retain whatever rights they would have as if located on a public street. Recording data for all prior easements shall be included.
    Certificate of accuracy by developer’s engineer, registered to practice in the State of Mississippi.
    Certificate of dedication of all public streets, highways, water, sanitary sewer, stormwater sewer, and other public utilities, rights-of-way, easements or parcels for public parks or other public use to the City of Ocean Springs, MS, executed by the owners and all other parties who have a mortgage or lien interest in the property.
    Certificate by registered land surveyor of State of Mississippi to the effect that the plat represents an accurate survey and that all dimensions and other data are correct.
    Warranty of infrastructure: Warranty of proper engineering, installation,materials and construction of all improvements on all property to be owned by the City for a period of 3 years or until such time that 85% of the lots in the subdivision have received certificate of occupancy for the dwelling units constructed, with a minimum warranty of 2 years? (to have been submitted prior to final inspection).
    Security instrument of $700 per lot for up to 3 years(to have been submitted prior to final inspection)has been submitted.
    Affidavit of Ownership (if different from County records)and notarized signature (see below)
    If corporate ownership, attach a list of all directors, officers, stockholders of each corporation owning more than 5% of any class of stock.
    Final Plat Requirements- Information for Applicant; the following items to be included in plans
    Final plat to include all details from preliminary plat
    Date, north arrow, scale and name of subdivision
    Parcel ID number(s), lot numbers and numerical addresses shown on as builts
    Name and address of owner(s)
    Names and addresses of all abutting property owners, as shown on tax records
    Dimensions accurate to nearest 1/10 of a foot and angles to nearest minute
    Finish floor elevation of each lot
    Bearing and length of every street line, lot line boundary line and building setback lines
    Names and lines of all proposed streets and alleys to be dedicated to public use
    Tract boundary lines, all right-of-way lines of streets, easements, or other areas, as well as property lines of lots and other sites
    Easements, reservations and any areas to be dedicated to public to be noted with dimensions, purpose and limitations -Location, material, and description of monuments and markers with complete description of benchmarks,including location, type of mark, elevation and state plane coordinates
    FEMA flood zone designations, base flood elevations and any areas within proposed subdivision subject to inundation by stormwater; plans to show proposal to eliminate ponding
    Stormwater detention and erosion & sediment control facilities
    Natural water bodies and wetlands (delineated)
    Name, signature and seal of licensed engineer, placed on face of final plat and properly certified
    Plats to be certified by developer’s engineer (registered MS PE), with this statement, on the final plat face The plans of said subdivision and the construction of all improvements therein, which are or may become the property of the City of Ocean Springs, have been designed and constructed in accordance with the subdivision regulations of the City of Ocean Springs and all other laws, rules, ordinances, regulations, and they meet or exceed all accepted engineering standards.”
    If a private development, plat must state:
    The infrastructure and streets have not been dedicated to the public for public use nor have they been accepted by the City of Ocean Springs as public improvements, and the infrastructure and streets shall be maintained by the required property owners’ association within the subdivision, and the streets shall always be open to emergency vehicles, public and private utility maintenance and service personnel, and the U.S. Postal Service and governmental employees in pursuit of the official duties.”

    Next Steps

    Once the application is received (with all attachments) and fee is paid, the City will review the package and schedule the request on the next month’s Planning Commission agenda. The Planning Commission will make a recommendation to the Board of Alderman, which will approve or reject the request. Applicants are encouraged to attend both the Planning Commission and Board of Aldermen meetings to respond to questions. The Planning Commission meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm and the Board of Aldermen meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm. Applicants will be notified when their request will be considered. All meetings occur in the City Hall Board room at 1018 Porter Avenue.

    When the approved lot split or lot reconfiguration results in a new deed, the property owner or agent shall record lot split/reconfiguration survey and deed in the Land Records Office (Chancery Clerk) of Jackson County, MS.

    NO CONSTRUCTION PERMITS ALLOWED BEFORE FINAL PLAT APPROVAL.

    After Final Plat is approved, the following must occur:

    • Building permits can be issued by City Building Department.
    • Developer to submit Final Plat for recording with Jackson County within 60 days of plat approval by City.
    • Obtain all required plan signatures prior to submittal of plans.
    • Within 30 days of final plat approval, developer to submit 5 signedcopies of the approved Final Plat to 5 Planning De partment (1 mylar, 1 linen, 2 full sizeminimum 24lb paper, 1 PDF file). Distribution: 1 mylar/1 paper/PDF file for City, 1 linen for County, 1 paper for developer

    Affidavit of Ownership

    Attached hereto is an affidavit of ownership indicating the dates the respective holdings of land were acquired, together with the book and page of each conveyance into the present owner as recorded in the County Records of Deeds (Chancery Clerk) office. This affidavit shall indicate the legal ownership of the property, the contract owner of the property, and the date the contract of sale was executed.

    I further acknowledge that the information provided herein is true and correct to the best of my knowledge.


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