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Clearances and setbacks

The following setbacks and clearances shall be used for On-Site Stormwater Management BMPs in the public right-of-way. For more information on clearances, see the Design Standards Clearances section. ...Read More

3.16 Downtown Design

Downtown Area For the purposes of this work, the City has defined the Downtown study area to be limited by Denny Way to the north, I-5 to the east, primarily Western Avenue to the west and just north ...Read More

Construction of Stormwater Control

The primary focus of construction stormwater planning is to prevent sediment and other pollutants associated with construction activity from impacting soil, air, and water quality. Such impacts not on...Read More

Construction Permits

Construction Permits include the construction or repair of improvements to the right of way such as street paving, curbs, or sidewalks. Construction permits are further broken down into three groups d...Read More

5.4 Green Streets

A Green Street is a land use code designation and acts as an overlay to the street type assignment. Green Streets are designed to give priority to pedestrian circulation and open space over other t...Read More

3.3 Clearances

Clearances are the minimum distances between elements in, under and above the street right-of-way. Clearance requirements are a key factor in how space within the right-of-way and on private property ...Read More

3.7 Street Trees

Street trees are required by municipal code and standards set by SDOT designed to provide maximum public benefit and compatibility with other infrastructure in the street right-of-way. Street trees ar...Read More

On-Site Stormwater Management BMPs

On-site stormwater management best management practices (BMPs) can be used as part of partial or full street right-of-way improvements. Partial street improvements include improvements to the public ...Read More