Most municipalities in the county have subdivision ordinances. Check with your local officials.
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Subdivision plans must be no longer than 24 by 36 inches to be accepted for recording. We need the original on linen or Mylar. The plans must be signed by the local governing body and its planning commission, the Bucks County Planning Commission, the owner, and a Notary. If the plans were signed more than 90 days prior to submission, we cannot accept them by state law.
No. The location of buildings might be on plans kept in your township building or borough hall for zoning or permit purposes.