No construction of public improvements shall commence until improvement plans have been approved by the Director.
Construction of public improvements which are to be accepted by the City for maintenance shall be subject to inspection by the Director. The subdivider is responsible for paying the applicable engineering inspection fee as specified in the Public Works Code.
Any work done by the subdivider prior to approval of improvement plans, including changes thereto, or without the inspection and testing required by the Director is subject to rejection. Such work shall be deemed to have been done at the risk and peril of the subdivider.
The design and layout of all required improvements, both on-site and off-site, private and public, shall conform to the Plans, Plan Documents, the applicable provisions of City regulations and Tentative Map conditions consistent therewith.
Installation of Underground Facilities. All underground facilities including sanitary and drainage facilities and excepting survey monuments installed in streets, alleys or pedestrian ways shall be constructed, by the subdivider and inspected and approved by the Director, prior to the surfacing of such street, alley or pedestrian way. Service connections for all underground utilities and sewers shall be laid to such length as will in the Director’s opinion obviate disturbing the street, alley or pedestrian way improvements when service connections are completed to properties in the subdivision.
(Added by Ord. 329-98, App. 10/30/98)