Short Subdivisions and / Large Lot Divisions
|A short subdivision is used to divide land into up to 4 lots in rural areas, or up to 9 lots in urban areas. A large lot subdivision divides land into an unlimited number of 5 acre or larger lots. Preliminary plat approval must be followed by final plat approval before lots are actually created. See Chapter 18F.50 Pierce County Code (PCC).|
Use this checklist as a guide to a complete application for property outside community plan area. If you don't know if your property is located within a community plan area, visit our About My Property page to find out.
|SEPA Environmental Checklist|
Draw site plan to scale. Show all existing property corners, existing structures, adjacent roads, and north arrow.
|Survey and Lot Closure Calculations
Plans must be prepared, stamped, and signed by a licensed land surveyor. Boundary and Lot closure calculations are established by the surveyor.
A title report is prepared by a Title Company. The report reveals various liens, encroachments, easements and anything else recorded against the property. The report submitted must not be dated more than 30 days prior to submittal.
|Health Department Plat Application
Tacoma Pierce County Health Department applications that are submitted in conjunction with a plat application are reviewed and approved by the Tacoma Pierce County Health Department.
|Drinking Water Availability|
A form completed by an applicant that provides an overview of the project.