What is a Final Plat?
A Final Plat is a legally binding document, once approved by the Hapeville Planning Commission, and recorded with Fulton County Superior Court, legally establishes a new lot or subdivision of an existing lot. For consideration, the Final Plat shall include the following information:
- The lines of all streets and roads, alley lines, lot lines, building setback lines, lots numbered in numerical order, house numbers, reservations, easements and any areas to be dedicated to public use or sites for other than residential use with notes stating their purpose and any limitations.

- Sufficient data to determine readily and reproduce on the ground the location, bearing and length of every street line, lot line, boundary line, block line and building line, whether curved or straight, and including true north point. This shall include the radius, central angle and tangent distance for the centerline of curved streets and curved property lines that are not the boundary of curved streets.

- All dimensions to the nearest 100th of a foot and angles to the nearest minutes.

- Location and description of monuments.

- The names and locations of adjoining subdivisions and streets and the location and ownership of adjoining unsubdivided property.

- Date, title, name and location of subdivision, graphic scale and true north point.

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1. Are there fees and what do they do they cover?
2. How do I appeal a decision by the Zoning Administrator?
3. How do I appeal a decision by the Planning Commission?
4. How long is a rezoning, variance, or conditional use permit valid?
5. What do I need to do to file an administrative variance?
6. What do I need to do to file an application for a rezoning, variance, or conditional use permit?
7. How do I request a Zoning Verification Letter?
8. Is my property large enough to be subdivided?
9. What is a Preliminary Plat?
10. What is a Final Plat?
11. Can I apply for Preliminary and Final Plat at the same time?
12. What is a Conditional Use Permit?