What is a subdivision plat?
A tract of land in Texas can be described two different ways: by metes & bounds description or by Lot and Block. When dividing land in Texas, it may be necessary to prepare a subdivision plat and have it reviewed and recorded by local and county offices. Texas Local Government Code Title 7 sets forth some subdivision requirements on a state wide level. These may vary depending upon local government laws.
A subdivision of land must be created and monumented under the supervision of a Registered Professional Land Surveyor. Our staff has worked on many single family and commercial tract subdivisions across Bexar County, Comal County, Caldwell County, Hays County and Guadalupe County. We have worked together with design engineers to help facilitate the platting process.
Texas Local Government Code – https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/LG/htm/LG.212.htm
City of San Antonio – https://www.sanantonio.gov/DSD/Constructing/Land
Bexar County – https://www.bexar.org/1443/Subdivision-Plats
Comal County – https://cceo.org/subdivision/subdivmain
Topographic Design Surveys
Our team has successfully completed many design surveys used for local developments, nearby municipal projects and far away TxDOT roadway projects.
Summit Geomatics can provide construction staking for a variety of needs your project may have.
Our staff has experience working for a variety of public clients such as the City of San Antonio, City of Kerrville, SAWS and TxDOT.
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Summit Geomatics, Inc. is a professional land surveying firm headquartered in San Antonio, Texas. Summit Geomatics, Inc. is a small business created to serve Central and South Texas by providing quality land surveying to our clientele.
We are here to serve your project’s specific needs from rush real estate closings to GIS mapping solutions. Our experience and unique skill set allows us to serve you by providing geospatial solutions tailor made for your needs.