Platting Applications, Checklists & Information

About Platting
Platting involves the legal subdivision of property into lots. Plats are recorded with the County Clerk's office. Prior to development, property must be properly platted to ensure that the proposed structure or use will have adequate access to streets and utilities, meet setback requirements, ensure that there are no floodplain impacts, and dedicate any necessary on or off site easements to the city.

Platting Property
Plats are reviewed by the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) prior to going before the Planning Commission and City Council. Below are the documents used for platting property in Owasso: