Each disclosure statement is customized for the subdivision and the needs of the home builder. Your customized disclosure statement may contain some or all of the following information in addition to other information specific to your subdivision.
current and future land uses that could impact subdivision residents or be considered nuisances, such as railroad tracks, affordable or special needs housing projects, agricultural operations, retail, commercial and industrial facilities, highways and busy streets, fire stations, airports, correctional facilities, refineries and gas pipelines, electrical substations and overhead power lines, public use areas such as parks and trails, creeks and drainage areas, wastewater treatment plants, and landfills
planned public facilities in the vicinity of the subdivision such as parks, schools, and multi-use trails
geologic conditions such as expansive soils, repaired slides, erosion control issues, subsurface materials that could affect the homeowner's installation of improvements such as swimming pools, drainage issues related to hardpan, seismic considerations, high groundwater, and corrosive soils
hazardous materials conditions such as the history of environmental clean-up on or near the subdivision, and sites in the vicinity listed on local, state and federal hazardous materials databases
zoning designations and development proposals for vacant or underdeveloped lands in the vicinity of the subdivision
buildout scenarios for the specific, master or community plan in which the subdivision is located