10 An control plan sheet shall also be included in the

10 an control plan sheet shall also be included in the

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10. An erosion/sedimentation control plan sheet shall also be included in the plan set. 11. Any special construction details not included in the City Standard Details shall be shown on the plans. 10. All existing and proposed facilities shall be shown on the plans. 11. All existing and proposed easements shall be shown on the plans. 12. All existing and proposed underground utilities and pipes shall be shown in the profile views. 13. The location and depth of existing facilities should be verified if there is a potential conflict with proposed facilities. 14. All street, water, sewer and storm drainage work shall be drawn on standard plan and profile sheets. Street, water, sewer, storm drainage, irrigation, and electrical design information shall all be shown on the same plan and profile sheets . The limits of work shown in the profile view on each sheet shall match the limits of work shown in the plan view on the same sheet. The plan and profile sheets shall show the following minimum information. Additional information shall be shown when needed to clearly specify the proposed work. 15. If the project has on-site water main work only then the profile requirement may be waived, unless there are substantial grade changes involved. Check with the City Engineer first. 16. Please do NOT include reproductions of the City’s standard details in the plan sets. The City has a policy in place that the standard details that are currently on the City’s webpage are the correct details to be used in the field. Supplying them in the plan sets can cause confusion and is also a waste of paper. B. WATER, PLAN VIEW PAGE 3 latest revision: April 12, 2018
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1. Location, size, length and material type of all water mains. 2. Location, size and type of all water valves. 3. Vertical bends need to be noted in the plan view, and horizontal bends need to be noted in the profile. 4. Location and size of all blow-offs, air relief valves, pressure reducing valves, tees, bends, caps, thrust blocks, service lines, fire hydrants and any other water facilities. 5. The finished ground elevation shall be provided at the location of all new fire hydrants. 6. 10-feet horizontal spacing shall be maintained between domestic water and sanitary sewer mainlines and service lines. C. WATER, PROFILE VIEW 1. Location, depth, size and material type of all water mains. 2. Horizontal bends need to be noted in the profile D. SANITARY SEWER, PLAN VIEW 1. Location, size, length and material type of all sewer mains. 2. Location and number designation of all manholes, cleanouts and lift stations. 1. Location and size of all service lines and any other sewer facilities. 2. 10-feet horizontal spacing shall be maintained between domestic water and sanitary sewer mainlines and service lines. E. SANITARY SEWER, PROFILE VIEW 1. Location, size, length, material type and slope of all sewer mains.
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