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How to Order

Need a Site Plan or Plot Plan for your home? Choose from one of the Site Plans
below. Site Plan is emailed next business day.

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Step 1: Choose a Site Plan

Step 2: Provide Address

Step 3: Place Your Order

Basic Site Plan
$145

Dimensions of the Lot

Distance Between Structures

Main Structures

Names of Adjacent Street(s)

North Arrow

Parcel Map

Property Lines

Property Owner Information

Satellite Image

Scale

Order Basic Site Plan
Standard Site Plan
$195

Dimensions of the Lot

Distance Between Structures

Main Structures

Names of Adjacent Street(s)

North Arrow

Parcel Map

Property Lines

Property Owner Information

Satellite Image

Scale

Fence

Global Coordinates

Landscape

Lawn

Nearby Area Map

Property Area

Sidewalks

Shrubs

Trees

Premium Site Plan
$255

Dimensions of the Lot

Distance Between Structures

Main Structures

Names of Adjacent Street(s)

North Arrow

Parcel Map

Property Lines

Property Owner Information

Satellite Image

Scale

Fence

Global Coordinates

Landscape

Lawn

Nearby Area Map

Property Area

Sidewalks

Shrubs

Trees

Deck

Driveways

Custom Site Plans

Easements*

Parking Spots

Porch

Septic Tanks**

Setbacks***

Swimming Pools

Wells**

*In order to add easement information to site plan client must provide title plan

**Client must provide dimensions and location of wells and/or septic tanks.

***Setback information added upon client request. Delivery time is two days.

Basic Site Plan

 

Standard Site Plan

 

Premium Site Plan

 

Price
$145
$195
$255
Features
Dimensions of the Lot . . .
Distance Between Structures . . .
Main Structures . . .
Names of Adjacent Street(s) . . .
North Arrow . . .
Parcel Map . . .
Property Lines . . .
Property Owner Information . . .
Satellite Image . . .
Scale . . .
Fence . .
Global Coordinates . .
Landscape . .
Lawn . .
Vicinity Map . .
Property Area . .
Sidewalks . .
Shrubs . .
Trees . .
Deck .
Driveways .
Custom Site Plans .
Easements* .
Parking Spots .
Porch .
Septic Tanks** .
Setbacks*** .
Swimming Pool .
Wells** .
*In order to add easement information to site plan, client must provide title plan.
**Client must provide dimensions and location of wells and/or septic tanks.
***Setback information added upon client request.

USES FOR SITE PLANS

  • Accessory Dwelling Unit
  • Asphalt Paving
  • Deck Installation
  • Fence Installation
  • HOA Permits
  • Pole buildings
  • Sign Installation
  • Swimming Pool Installation
  • Tree Planting

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FLOOR PLAN

Floor Plan

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What is a Site Plan?

A site plan is a detailed drawing containing the measurements of a plot of land. A site plan shows the dimensions and locations of any structures within the lot. Site plans also show the location of the lot in relation to other structures. Simply put, a site plan is a bird’s eye view of the property and what that property contains. A site plan is also called a plot plan. Information needed for a site plan can be obtained from parcel maps or a mortgage survey.

Elements of a Site Plan

While some elements of a site plan are dictated by your local permit department, all site plans contain an arrow indicating which direction is North, the location of any streets adjoining the property, size and location of major structures such as a house/building, and property lines. Other elements are particular to the location of the property. For example, some cities require that utility information be shown on the site plan while other cities do not.

What is a Setback?

Setbacks limit how close you can build to the property boundaries, roads, septic systems, wetlands, and shorelines. Setback standards can be obtained from your local zoning office. Setbacks vary depending on what type of structure is involved. For example, setback requirements for a garage may differ from setback requirements for a shed. Setbacks also vary depending on the location of the property (whether the property is located in an urban or rural area). Some zoning districts do not require setbacks.