The Surveying Services section of the Deparment of Public Works reviews and organizes land surveying documents that deal with land in the County of Napa, including:
Other tasks include the review of proposed annexations for local municipalities and special districts, for conformance to the standards by the State Board of Equalization.
Lot Line Adjustment Application and Information PackageLot Line Adjustment Sample Map PackageMinor Merger Application
Unconditional and Conditional Certificate of Compliance Application and Information PackageExpedited Certificate of Compliance Application and Information Package
Record of Survey ApplicationView the County Engineers Association of California Guide to the Preparation of Records of Survey & Corner RecordsParcel Map ApplicationParcel Map Information Package
Benchmark Elevation: County of Napa Benchmark Elevation: City of Napa
Requirement for parcel creation information
Requirement for Methods & Reasoning statement
Encouragement to file Corner Records
California Business and Professions Code:Professional Land Surveyors’ ActCalifornia Government Code: Subdivision Map Act California Land Surveyors Association (CLSA)California Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors
Certificates of ComplianceChecked for compliance with the Subdivision Map Act, Section 66410 et seq. of the California Government Code. Certificates of CorrectionChecked for compliance with the Subdivision Map Act, Section 66410 et seq. of the California Government Code. Corner RecordsChecked for compliance with the Professional Land Surveyors’ Act, Section 8700 et seq. of the California Business & Professions Code. LAFCo ReferralsThe Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCo) refers maps and legal descriptions of proposed annexations to local cities, town or special districts, for review of surveying-related technical requirements of the State Board of Equalization. Lot Line AdjustmentsChecked for compliance with Chapter 17.46 of the Napa County Code. Records of SurveyChecked for compliance with the Professional Land Surveyors’ Act, Section 8700 et seq. of the California Business & Professions Code. SubdivisionsParcel Maps (4 lots or fewer) and Final Maps (more than 4 lots) are checked for compliance with the Subdivision Map Act, Section 66410 et seq. of the California Government Code, Title 17 of the Napa County Code, and any conditions of approval established in public hearing by the Napa County Planning Commission.