Use – enter
KEY CODE: C – complies, NC – Noncompliance,
UTD – Unable to determine, NA – Not applicable.
All survey data shown on the map shall be legible, complete and sufficient to
positively describe the location of the Right of Way line(s), deed line(s), section
line(s), baselines, and any other survey/regulatory lines pertinent to the project.
The text size and drawing scale shall be sufficient to show all survey data.
The text height shall be a minimum of (Leroy) L80.
Neatness and clarity is mandatory. Details are to be utilized when clarity is needed.
All survey monumentation along the right of way/deed/plat lines shall be described
with a location value, i.e. station & offsets, coordinates, cardinal directions, and
bearing & distance.
Various AutoCAD line types shall be utilized to distinguish features. The line type
for the Right of Way line shall be the standard AutoCAD “phantom” line type and
shall be labeled and distinguished from all other lines. The line type for acquisition
boundary lines shall be a continuous line. Lot/deed lines that are not part of the fee
simple acquisition may be a dash line type.
Adjoining deed/plat lines shall be shown for graphic purposes, and labeled
accordingly. All adjoining parcels shall be labeled with owner name, parcel ID#, and
Match line shall be labeled with stations or alpha designations.
Sufficient dimensions shall be provided from the baseline to existing features, i.e.
pavement, fence lines, sidewalks, etc. . . . Dimensions may be in the form of station
and offsets, coordinate values, and direct dimensions with leaders. Special
attention shall be paid to features that are near or on the right of way/property
All curve data (including chord bearings and chord distance and/or radial bearing)
shall be labeled along a curvilinear right of way lines and/or baselines.
A key/index map is required when multiple sheets are used.
All survey control points must be identified with size, type of material, stamping
and location (i.e., station/offset, coordinates, bearings and distance).
The bearing basis shall be so labeled (i.e., assumed, grid, true north) and referenced
to a well monumented line. A random baseline set by the surveyor is not to be
considered a well monumented line.