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Storm Drainage Design Standards
Storm Drainage Design StandardsDownload
Date Posted: August 31st, 2018 @ 3:44 PM
Last Updated: September 13th, 2018 @ 1:02 PM
The Oakland Storm Drainage Design Standards (Updated 2014) document is provided here. There are many associated documents listed below as either links or attachments. They can be viewed or downloaded as needed.
The Storm Drainage Design Standards (Standards) provide design criteria, standards, policies and procedures for storm drainage improvements within the City of Oakland. All storm drainage facilities shall be designed in accordance with these Standards, accepted engineering principles and state and federal water quality regulations.
As referenced in the Design Standards, located here for download as separate .PDFs as needed:
- 100-Year Tidal Summary
- Mean High Water Tidal Summary
- Design Water Surface Summary
- Datum Planes
- Modified Rational Method
- Overland Flow Velocity
- Natural Channel Flow
- Mean Annual Precipitation Map
- Runoff Factor Adjustment
- Rainfall Intensity
- Rainfall Distribution
Additional Reference Documents
As referenced in the Design Standards located here for download as separate .PDFs as needed: