What is a Final Plat?
A final plat is the final drawing that is recorded in the Tarrant County Deed Records, following approval by the City. It contains all locations and dimensions of lot lines, easements, and rights-of-way, along with all necessary dedications, easements, and restrictions. It must be prepared by a registered Public Surveyor. A final plat submittal includes engineering design and executed agreements providing for construction of streets, drainage, water, sewer, and other required public improvements. A final plat does not require a public hearing unless the final plat significantly differs from the Planning and Zoning Commission approved preliminary plat.

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1. What is a plat?
2. Who must file a plat?
3. Why must I have a plat?
4. How do I prepare a plat?
5. What is required for a Sketch Plat?
6. What is a Preliminary Plat?
7. Who approves a Preliminary Plat?
8. Is a Preliminary Plat necessary for a small subdivision?
9. What is a Final Plat?
10. What is a Minor Plat?
11. What is a Replat?
12. How much does it cost to plat or subdivide property?
13. Where can I get more information about subdivision requirements?
14. I received a plat with my title search, isn’t that all I need?
15. What does it cost to plat property?