“Application Packet” shall mean the Tentative Map together with all documents, statements and other materials that are required as attachments thereto.
“Final Map” shall mean a map prepared in accordance with Chapter 2, Article 2 of SMA and this Code, which map is designed to be placed on record in the office of the Recorder.
“Improvement Plan” shall mean an engineering plan or a set of engineering plans showing the location and construction details of improvements.
“Parcel Map” shall mean a map prepared in accordance with Chapter 2, Article 3 of SMA and this Code, which map is designed to be placed on record in the office of the Recorder.
“Public Improvement” means all improvements required pursuant to Article 5 of this Code, the Plan and Plan Documents, and any additional improvements for the benefit of the public required as a condition of approval of a Tentative Map, consistent with the Plan and Plan Documents.
“Soil Engineer” shall mean a qualified and duly licensed engineer, experienced in engineering geology, responsible for the soil engineering work outlined in this Code, including supervision, analysis and interpretation of field investigation and laboratory tests for a specific project; preparation of geological and soil engineering recommendations and specifications; and supervision of grading construction work.
“Standard Specifications” shall mean the 1986 Standard Plans and 1987 Standard Specifications of the Department of Public Works, Bureau of Engineering, including any modifications thereof as set forth in the Subdivision Regulations.
“Tentative Map” shall mean a map made for the purpose of showing the design of a proposed subdivision and the existing conditions in and around it; such a map need not be based upon an accurate or detailed final survey of the property.
Transportation Infrastructure” shall mean all improvements and technology necessary for the provision and maintenance of transportation and public transit services that are under the jurisdiction of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (“SFMTA”), including but not limited to: vehicular traffic and transit signaling and signs; pedestrian traffic controls; overhead traction power cabling and supports, street lighting supports; wayside control and communication systems and devices; electrical substations, junction boxes, underground conduit and duct banks; transit stops; street and curb striping; and, parking meters and other parking control devices. All elements of Transportation Infrastructure are Public Improvements.
“Vesting Tentative Map” shall mean a tentative map which has been filed, processed and approved in accordance with the Vesting Tentative Map Statute, Government Code Section 66498.1 et seq., and this Code and which shall have at the time of filing printed conspicuously on its face the words “Vesting Tentative Map.”
(Added by Ord. 304-04, File No. 041544, App. 12/24/2004; Ord. 209-10, File No. 100661, App. 8/3/2010)