Platting Plan Review

The information here in is general in nature and is not intended to modify or alter the requirements contained in the City of Midwest City Code of Ordinances.

For further information and requirements contact the Current Planing Manager at 405-739-1223 or Associate Current Planner at (405) 739-1265.

Lot Line Adjustment
A relocation of the lot lines of 2 or more lots included in a plat which is filed of record, for the purpose of making necessary adjustments to building sites.
  • Requires the applicant to submit:
    • 3 surveys.
    • 1 survey of the original lots.
    • 1 survey each of the new lots.
    • 1 Warranty Deed each for the new lots.
  • Review and approval is done by the City Planning and Engineering Division staff, and Planning Commission or City Council action is not required.
For further information see Code Section 38 Standards and Regulations For the Subdivision Of Land, Article II Subdivisions, Division 1, Generally.

Short Form Plat
Whenever there is a tract, parcel or lot which is to be resubdivided into 3 or fewer tracts, parcels or lots, the proposed subdivision may be exempt from any procedural provision of these regulations, and a preliminary and final plat may not be required.
  • Requires the applicant to submit:
    • The deed, with legal description to be approved;
    • Copy of original deed;
    • A certified survey consisting of boundary lines, all improvements and easements, the legal description of the original tract, parcel or lot, and all new tracts, parcels or lots created, shall be prepared by a land surveyor registered in the State of Oklahoma;
    • Deeds of tracts, parcels or lots bordering the proposed lot if deemed necessary by the director.
  • Review is done by City Planning, Engineering, Public Works and Fire Department staff.
  • Following City staff review, the plat is submitted to the Planning Commission and City Council for acceptance.
For further information see Code Section 38 Standards and Regulations For the Subdivision Of Land, Article II Subdivisions, Division 1, Generally.

Preliminary Plat
A map or plat of a proposed land subdivision showing the character and proposed layout of the tract in sufficient detail according to these regulations to indicate the suitability of the proposed subdivision.
  • Requires the applicant to submit:
    • 25 white background prints of the preliminary plat;
    • The original tracing of the preliminary plat on Mylar reproducible;
    • A compact disk with a digital copy of the preliminary plat in an AutoCAD (.dwg) file format compatible with the City's mapping software; and
    • A compact disk with a digital copy of the preliminary plat in a file format compatible with the City's software.
    • 3 copies of a Preliminary Drainage Report.
    • A compact disk with a digital copy of the preliminary plat in an AutoCAD (.dwg) file format compatible with the City's mapping software; and
  • Review is done by the City Planning, Engineering, Public Works and Fire Department staff.
  • Following City staff review, the plat is submitted to the Planning Commission and City Council for acceptance.
For further information see Code Section 38 Standards and Regulations For the Subdivision Of Land, Article II Subdivisions, Division 5. Preliminary Plat.

Final Plat
A map or plat of a land subdivision prepared according to applicable laws of the State of Oklahoma and ordinances of the city and county having the necessary affidavits for filing, dedications and acceptances, and with complete bearings and dimensions of all lines defining lots and blocks, streets and alleys, public areas and other dimensions of land.
  • Requires the applicant to submit:
    • 25 white background prints of the final plat;
    • The original tracing of the final plat on Mylar reproducible;
    • 5 copies of supporting maps;
    • 4 sets of final paving and storm sewer and 7 sets of final water and sewer plans, both having been approved by the City engineer;
    • 2 copies of the construction estimate, prepared and signed by a professional engineer licensed to practice in the State of Oklahoma;
    • A copy of any covenants in final form;
    • An original tracing of the site development plan on Mylar reproducible;
    • A compact disk with a digital copy of the final plat and site development plan in an AutoCAD (.dwg) file format compatible with the City's mapping software.
  • Review is done by City Planning, Engineering, Public Works and Fire Department staff.
  • Following City staff review, the plat is submitted to the Planning Commission and City Council for acceptance.
For further information see Code Section 38 Standards and Regulations For the Subdivision Of Land, Article Ii Subdivisions, Division 6. Final Plat.