Figure 1: Typical Residential Lot Grading
   Figure 2: Underdrain Trench Detail
   Typical Lot Drainage Detail
   Figure 3: Portland Cement Concrete Pavement Joint Layout
   Figure 4: PCC Pavement Joint Details
   Figure 5: PCC Pavement Details at Manholes
   Figure 6: PCC Pavement Details at Inlets
   Figure 7: Cul-de-sac Pavement Joint Layout
   Figure 8: Longitudinal Joint Spacing for Streets
   Figure 9: Curb Details
   Figure 10: Street Sign Details
   Figure 11: Typical Sidewalk Ramp Detail
   Figure 12: Thrust Block Installations
   Figure 13: Anchorage of Fittings in a Vertical Plane
   Figure 14: Curb Stop and Box and Service Tubing
   Water Service Corporation Stop
   Valve Box Detail
   Figure 15: Typical Water Service Shutoff Valve Location
   Figure 16: Fire Hydrant Setting Detail
   Figure 17: Service Riser Detail
   Figure 18: Cleanout Detail
   Figure 19: Trench under Yards and Unimproved Areas, Method I
   Figure 20: Trench in Parking Areas, Driveways, and Alleys Not Having Permanent Surfaces Nor Having Oil and Chip Surfaces, Method II
   Figure 21: Trench under Existing Utilities or Structures (Extending Two Feet on Either Side of the Utility), Method III
   Figure 22: Trench under Permanent Concrete Surface, Method IV
   Figure 23: Trench under Flexible Pavement or Oil Chip Streets, Method V
   Figure 24: Trench under Cultivated Fields, Method VI
   Figure 25: Trench in Lagoon Dike or Berm, Method VII
   Figure 26: Repair of Existing Drain Tiles in Piping Trench
   Figure 27: Typical Sanitary Manhole
   Figure 28: Typical Storm Manhole with Cone
   Figure 29: Typical Storm Manhole with Flat Top
   Figure 30: Precast Concrete Flat Top Section
   Figure 31: Drop Manhole Connection Detail
   Figure 32: Detail of Catch Basin
   Figure 33: Standard Detail for Inlet