La County Final Map Process

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La County Final Map Process

  1. 1. DISCLAIMER: We are not here to tell you how to do your survey. We are here to tell you what you need to show on your map and tell you where to find it. If you follow these guidelines you should be able to get your map through anywhere.
  2. 2. The Secrets of Final Maps by James Lantry, PLS Theresa Strazzella, PLS
  3. 3. LDG Counter Survey
  4. 4. Functions of LDG 1. Check Initial Package for Completeness
  5. 5. Functions of LDG 1. Check Initial Package for Completeness 2. Track Status of Map
  6. 6. Functions of LDG 1. 3. Collect Fees Check Initial Package for Completeness 2. Track Status of Map
  7. 7. Functions of LDG 1. 3. Collect Fees Check Initial Package for Completeness 2. 4. Conduct Final Track Status of Map Review
  8. 8. Responsibilities of Survey 1. Customer Service Check Progress
  9. 9. Responsibilities of Survey 1. Customer Service Check Progress 2. Work with you to resolve any issues and answer any questions.
  10. 10. Responsibilities of Survey 1. Customer Service Check 3. Progress Alert the surveying community of 2. upcoming Work with you to changes to the resolve any issues map standards and answer any questions.
  11. 11. Title Sheet 1. 2. Corresponds to Complies with Preliminary Subdivision Subdivision Map Act Report
  12. 12. Map Sheet 1. 2. Boundary Drawing complies Establishment with the Land Complies with Surveyors Act and Standard Survey Municipal Code Practices
  13. 13. 1. Monumentation Assess and track Subdivision Monument Bond 3. Notes comply with the 2. standards Type and character conform to the codes
  14. 14. Conditions of Approval as mandated by District Office and Planning
  15. 15. Where To Get Information http://eng.lacity.org/index.cfm
  16. 16. General Authorities and Provisions • California Government Code • Subdivision Map Act • California Business and Profession Code • Los Angeles Municipal Code
  17. 17. Persons Qualified to Prepare Final Maps • Professional Land Surveyors • Professional Civil Engineers licensed prior to 1982 - #33965 last RCE licensed to practice
  18. 18. Definitions Abbreviations
  19. 19. Final Map Time Limits (L.A.M.C.) Final Map Procedures • Substantially conforms to Tentative Map • City Council acceptance
  20. 20. 1 Stop LDG st • Submittal Procedures – Fee Schedule – Application form – Requirement • Checking Procedures – Division of Duties between LDG & Survey
  21. 21. Final Map Requirements Fig. D318a, b, & c
  22. 22. D318a Headings Reserved Margins Space Placement General of Certificate Statements Layout
  23. 23. D318b Dimensions Certificates
  24. 24. D318c Headings Standard Margins North Lettering Arrow Sizes Dot Additional Border Notes Standard
  25. 25. Types of Maps • Record Data maps • “Set” Maps • “To Be Set” Maps • Air-Space Maps • Small Lot Subdivisions
  26. 26. Standard Types of Statements and Acknowledgements (17 pages) Fig. D329
  27. 27. Surveyors Statements and Basis of Bearing to Merger Statements
  28. 28. Easements and Dedications • Existing • Types • Natural Water courses
  29. 29. Checking Guide and Check Sheet Fig. D350a & b
  30. 30. D350a 17 pages of EVERY item we check!
  31. 31. D350b PLUS 19 pages of Submittal Items process checked in and Final narrative Review form information
  32. 32. Boundary Evidence • What is acceptable • Establishment Statements Monuments and Tie Notes Fig. 353a & b
  33. 33. D353a 1. North Arrow 6. Tie Identification 2. C/L and Finder Distances 3. Monument type and establishment statement 6. Full and match map half street widths 4. Street Names 7. Reference to 5. Cross- nearest street Reference if or monument if necessary necessary
  34. 34. D353b 1. North Arrow 6. Tie Identification and Finder Distances 2. Monument type matches map 6. Full and 3. Street Angle half street and distance to widths nearest monument 7. Reference to nearest 4. Street Names monument 5. C/L
  35. 35. Clearance of Conditions Approval by City Council Modification of Recorded Maps
  36. 36. 60743
  37. 37. So, what’s the secret? 1. Is my survey 4. Did I use retracable? adjoiner statements? 2. Did I show references for found and set 5. When in points? doubt go to the Manual. 3. Did I show establishment statements for points and/or lines?
  38. 38. The Final Map Section Brian Szramowski
  39. 39. The Final Map Section Chris Yip
  40. 40. The Final Map Section Clayton Everett
  41. 41. The Final Map Section Lewie Miller
  42. 42. The Final Map Section Magdi Soliman

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