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Subdivision Plat

Subdivision Plat requirements vary depending on the City or County the property is located in.  Ehrhart Land Surveying has performed subdivision plats in most juristictions on the Front Range, and is familiar with local requirements and processes. 

Please call us at 303-828-3340 for a free quote on your subdivision plat.

City of Frederick Minor Subdivision

Description of services and when they are usually required

Minor Subdivision Plat

Minor Subdivisions are small subdivisions of between 1 and 9 lots. The minor subdivision process is often quicker, with fewer requirements than a typical subdivision.

Topographic Survey

Description of services and when they are usually required

A Land Survey locating natural and man made features such as buildings, improvements, fences, elevations, land contours, trees, streams, etc. This type of survey may be required by a government agency, or may be used by Engineers and/or Architects for the design of improvements or developments on a site.

Land Survey Plat (LSP)

A Land Survey Plat is a survey to establish the boundaries of a parcel using its legal description which involves finding or setting property corners. A map or plat is then drafted from the field work to provide a representation of the parcel surveyed and an explanation of how the property corners were established.

Improvement Survey Plat (ISP)

Description of services and when they are usually required

Improvement Location Certificate (ILC)

Description of services and when they are usually required

An Improvement Location Certificate or ILC is an inspection of a parcel by a licensed surveyor to determine possible encroachments or other matters that could be adverse from a land surveying standpoint. 

Foundation Location Certificate (FLC)

Description of services and when it's usually required

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