All Land Survey Plats (LSP) and Improvement Survey Plats (ISP) submitted for deposit must comply with the Colorado Revised Statutes (CRS) and the Bylaws and Rules of the State Board of Licensure for Architects, Professional Engineers and Professional Land Surveyors (Board Bylaws and Rules).
Each LSP or ISP submitted to the Douglas County Surveyor will be reviewed to determine if it has met the requirements per CRS 38-51-106 along with appurtenant Board Bylaws and Rules. Any LSP or ISP that does not meet CRS 38-51-106 or appurtenant Board Bylaws and Rules will be rejected and returned to the Surveyor of Record with a letter stating the deficiencies that caused the survey to be rejected.
An updated or revised mylar will then need to be resubmitted for review and approval.
All land survey plats delivered to the Clerk and Recorder’s Office for review must be accompanied with appropriate fees, payable to the Douglas County Clerk & Recorder.