The following information is provided for convenience and informational purposes only (i.e., this is not engineering advice). Survey requirements may differ based on the project scope. If you are concerned about project schedule and don't have time to wait for reviewers to clarify survey requirements, you may choose to order survey with more of the required information below. The only drawback to ordering more information is the additional cost of survey services and the up-front time to complete additional survey.
Most projects will require a boundary, topo and/or a specific purpose survey. Projects that only involve preliminary layout and planning may only require a boundary survey. Most projects will require a boundary and topographic survey. Projects that are very limited in scope and area may only require a specific purpose survey.
Topographic surveys typically are requested to include the following:
Additional offsite information (i.e., outside of the property line or even further away from the project site) may be required for projects that involve driveway or utility connections, or utility extensions and drainage improvements within the road right-of-way. Include all surficial signs of utilities, including manholes, valves, drainage grates, etc.
Projects including commercial driveway connections usually require detailed right-of-way surveys.
Projects involving commercial development usually require the next nearest fire hydrant to be located in the survey.
Projects with utility and/or drainage connections usually require:
The following shall be required at a minimum plus any additional information required per Florida Administrative Code:
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