What is a record plat?
A record plat is a map or drawing depicting the division of lands into lots, blocks, parcels, tracts, sites, or other divisions, however designated, and includes the terms replat, amended plat, or revised plat. Record plats are available at the Clerk and Comptroller Records Offices.
For information on filing a record plat, the Survey Division can be contacted at (727) 847-8014.

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1. How do I apply for a comprehensive plan amendment?
2. How do I check my Future Land Use designation online?
3. What is the difference between the Future Land Use designation and Zoning?
4. What is a CPAL?
5. What is a CPAS?
6. What is CON?
7. What is ROR?
8. What is a land use designation?
9. What is a substandard road analysis?
10. What is a TIS?
11. What is a record plat?
12. What is a Development of Regional Impact or DRI?
13. What are the fees for a large-scale or small-scale amendment?
14. What are the regulations for Historical Preservation?
15. When do I require a Transportation Impact Study (TIS)?
16. Where do I obtain a Traffic Impact Study application?
17. Where can I view the DRI thresholds online?
18. Where do I get information regarding the Mobility Fee Implementation?
19. Are there any Developments of Regional Impacts (DRIs) located in Pasco County and are they approved or proposed?