A. Plot Plan: TO SCALE
As described in section REQUIREMENTS PRIOR TO BUILDING PERMITS.
There is an example in Appendix A.

B. Elevations: TO SCALE
Elevations show the outside of the structure. These are scaled so all elements will appear in true relationship to each other. Generally the various elevations are connected to the site by listing them according to the compass directions they face. When plans are not designed for a given location, the names FRONT, REAR, LEFT SIDE and RIGHT SIDE are used.

1. Complete roof design on each view given
2. Include all doors and windows - showing dimensions to openings from corners.
Example in Appendix A

C. Foundation Plan/Basement or Crawl Area: TO SCALE
Foundation plans are similar to floor plans and are often combined with basement plans. The footings, if shown, are represented by a dotted line since it is assumed that the basement floor is in place and that the grade covers the footings on the outside. Indicate the following:
1. Foundation width and dimensions
2. Supporting pads with dimensions
Example in Appendix A

D. Floor Plan: TO SCALE
Floor Plans would indicate the exact room dimensions used for each room, and must include the following:
1. Exterior dimensions
2. Room sizes
3. Location and sizes of interior partitions, doors, windows and stairs
4. Plumbing fixtures and various appliances and utility installations
Example in Appendix A

E. Sectional View: TO SCALE
Sectional view should indicate foundation, footings, wall and roof composition,

showing dimensions.
Example in Appendix A

F. REVERSE PLANS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.