ArcGIS Services Directory

Layers:


Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales (ID: 0)


Sub Layers: Display Field:

Type: Group Layer

Geometry Type:

Description: The main change is to label the parcel address number.

Definition Expression:

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Default Visibility: True

Extent:
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HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Railroad_2K (ID: 1)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: RAILROAD

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolyline

Description: Shows main railroad lines (as opposed to small spurs or every track in a rail yard). Important for land base because of property ownership pattern and potential for easements. The symbol was created from the railroad symbol in the esri.style file by changing the color to 50% gray and setting the line and hash line widths to 1.2 points. This symbol is more consistent with the look of the map at the larger scales where more polygons are used to represent features—making thin lines look insubstantial and graphically out of place.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

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Default Visibility: True

Extent:
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HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Building Footprints_2K (ID: 2)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: Name

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: Building footprints are added to give additional context for the water network and related assets.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Street Labels (ID: 3)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: Name

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolyline

Description: Street centerlines from St. Lucie County. ESRI edited the geometry of these features to correct features that did not follow the center of the road or even intersected parcels. ESRI also added the Map_Label field and the Carto_Sym field. The streets are displayed with a white line at a width of 1.2 points on top of the white Edge of Pavement features. This allows new streets to be displayed and labeled while awaiting the production of new curb line data. Streets are labeled with just one class of label that fits well within the edge of pavement polygons.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
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HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Parcels_2K (ID: 4)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: STREETNAME

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: Parcel boundary lines are shown at this scale to help indicate the property owner for assets near the edge of property lines. These are labeled with street addresses.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Edge Of Pavement_2K (ID: 5)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: LAYER

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These white polygons are produced by converting curb lines to polygon and then deleting any of the polygons that intersect parcels. These polygons show, much closer to the exact width of streets.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

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Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: HydroLines_2K (ID: 6)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: DESC1

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolyline

Description: These are extracted from the flowlines feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. These features depict the natural water flows within the water utility’s land base. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: WaterBodies_2K (ID: 7)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: DESC1

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These are extracted from the waterbodies feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. These features depict the major natural water features within the water utility’s land base. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Coastline_2K (ID: 8)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: Id

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These are extracted from the areas feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability. The outline color matches the HydroLines_72K color. It may be necessary to use the Dissolve tool to turn multiple area polygons into one coastal feature a given location.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Hillshade_2K (ID: 9)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field:

Type: Raster Layer

Geometry Type:

Description: This raster dataset is derived from a 10m USGS DEM. This hillshade provides a subtle depiction of the shape of the landscape. The hillshade layer appears in the drawing order purposefully to separate and diffuse background information in this land base map from any polygons that may appear in reporting layers, which will have brighter (not subdued) colors.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Critical Meter Parcels_2K (ID: 10)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: STREETNAME

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These polygons are derived by selecting parcels using the water utilities point dataset of critical meter sites. These are on this map to provide context as users zoom in. They are symbolized based on how the parcel is used—the idea of the colors is similar to the Montessori learning model for maps, which is to make things that should be recognized, consistently the same color. The display transparency is set to 20% in order to further diffuse the symbology because the larger the area on screen a symbol occupies, the more intense it appears.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Critical Site Parcels_2K (ID: 11)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: STREETNAME

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These polygons are derived by selecting parcels using the water utilities point dataset of critical meter sites. These are on this map to provide context as users zoom in. They are symbolized based on how the parcel is used—the idea of the colors is similar to the Montessori learning model for maps, which is to make things that should be recognized, consistently the same color. Because there are so many kinds of features; in this case the recognition is targeted to specific features rather than kinds of features. The display transparency is set to 20% in order to further diffuse the symbology because the larger the area on screen a symbol occupies, the more intense it appears.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: GolfCourses_Rep_2K (ID: 12)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: Name

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These features are included because golf courses, in this area, are a common land use and because of their large size, help map readers to orient themselves. These features are labeled at scales 1:18,000 and larger. The display transparency is set to 20% in order to further diffuse the symbology because the larger the area on screen a symbol occupies, the more intense it appears.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Parks and Preserves_2K (ID: 13)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: SiteName

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These features are included because parks are a common land use and because of their large size, help map readers to orient themselves. The largest of features are labeled at scales 1:18,000 and larger. The display transparency is set to 20% in order to further diffuse the symbology because the larger the area on screen a symbol occupies, the more intense it appears.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Fort Pierce Incorporated Area_2K (ID: 14)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: Name

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: Shows where Fort Pierce is located to help when zooming into know whether other infrastructure assets may or may not belong to the city. An outline symbol is added at 1:9,600 to allow differentiation between critical site or meter parcels.

Definition Expression:

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Default Visibility: True

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HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Service Area_2K (ID: 15)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: SUM_MILESMAIN

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: Shows the extent of the water utility’s service area.

Definition Expression:

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Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
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HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Land_1200 (ID: 16)


Parent Layer: 1:1,200 and larger scales

Display Field: Id

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: Because the data frame’s background (data frame properties, frames tab) background is blue to provide tint for the offshore water, this layer is needed to mask that blue where land exists. This layer would not be needed for inland land base maps.

Definition Expression:

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Default Visibility: True

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Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: 1:1,600 (ID: 17)


Sub Layers: Display Field:

Type: Group Layer

Geometry Type:

Description: The only major change is that the street label style.

Definition Expression:

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Min. Scale: 1750

Max. Scale: 1250

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Railroad_1600 (ID: 18)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: RAILROAD

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolyline

Description: Shows main railroad lines (as opposed to small spurs or every track in a rail yard). Important for land base because of property ownership pattern and potential for easements. The symbol was created from the railroad symbol in the esri.style file by changing the color to 50% gray and setting the line and hash line widths to 1.2 points. This symbol is more consistent with the look of the map at the larger scales where more polygons are used to represent features—making thin lines look insubstantial and graphically out of place.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Building Footprints_1600 (ID: 19)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: Name

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: Building footprints are added to give additional context for the water network and related assets.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Streets_1600 (ID: 20)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: Name

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolyline

Description: Street centerlines from St. Lucie County. ESRI edited the geometry of these features to correct features that did not follow the center of the road or even intersected parcels. ESRI also added the Map_Label field and the Carto_Sym field. The streets are displayed with a white line at a width of 1.2 points on top of the white Edge of Pavement features. This allows new streets to be displayed and labeled while awaiting the production of new curb line data. Streets are labeled with just one class of label that fits well within the edge of pavement polygons.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
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HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Parcels_1600 (ID: 21)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: STREETNAME

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description:

Definition Expression:

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Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Edge Of Pavement_1600 (ID: 22)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: LAYER

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These white polygons are produced by converting curb lines to polygon and then deleting any of the polygons that intersect parcels. These polygons show, much closer to the exact width of streets

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
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HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: HydroLines_1600 (ID: 23)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: DESC1

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolyline

Description: These are extracted from the flowlines feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. These features depict the natural water flows within the water utility’s land base. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: WaterBodies_1600 (ID: 24)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: DESC1

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These are extracted from the waterbodies feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. These features depict the major natural water features within the water utility’s land base. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Coastline_1600 (ID: 25)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: Id

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These are extracted from the areas feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability. The outline color matches the HydroLines_72K color. It may be necessary to use the Dissolve tool to turn multiple area polygons into one coastal feature a given location.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Hillshade_1600 (ID: 26)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field:

Type: Raster Layer

Geometry Type:

Description: This raster dataset is derived from a 10m USGS DEM. This hillshade provides a subtle depiction of the shape of the landscape. The hillshade layer appears in the drawing order purposefully to separate and diffuse background information in this land base map from any polygons that may appear in reporting layers, which will have brighter (not subdued) colors.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Critical Meter Parcels_1600 (ID: 27)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: STREETNAME

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These polygons are derived by selecting parcels using the water utilities point dataset of critical meter sites. These are on this map to provide context as users zoom in. They are symbolized based on how the parcel is used—the idea of the colors is similar to the Montessori learning model for maps, which is to make things that should be recognized, consistently the same color. The display transparency is set to 20% in order to further diffuse the symbology because the larger the area on screen a symbol occupies, the more intense it appears.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Critical Site Parcels_1600 (ID: 28)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: STREETNAME

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These polygons are derived by selecting parcels using the water utilities point dataset of critical meter sites. These are on this map to provide context as users zoom in. They are symbolized based on how the parcel is used—the idea of the colors is similar to the Montessori learning model for maps, which is to make things that should be recognized, consistently the same color. Because there are so many kinds of features; in this case the recognition is targeted to specific features rather than kinds of features. The display transparency is set to 20% in order to further diffuse the symbology because the larger the area on screen a symbol occupies, the more intense it appears.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: GolfCourses_Rep_1600 (ID: 29)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: Name

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These features are included because golf courses, in this area, are a common land use and because of their large size, help map readers to orient themselves. These features are labeled at scales 1:18,000 and larger. The display transparency is set to 20% in order to further diffuse the symbology because the larger the area on screen a symbol occupies, the more intense it appears.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

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Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Parks and Preserves_1600 (ID: 30)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: SiteName

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These features are included because parks are a common land use and because of their large size, help map readers to orient themselves. The largest of features are labeled at scales 1:18,000 and larger. The display transparency is set to 20% in order to further diffuse the symbology because the larger the area on screen a symbol occupies, the more intense it appears.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

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Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Fort Pierce Incorporated Area_1600 (ID: 31)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: Name

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: Shows where Fort Pierce is located to help when zooming into know whether other infrastructure assets may or may not belong to the city. An outline symbol is added at 1:9,600 to allow differentiation between critical site or meter parcels.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

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Default Visibility: True

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Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Service Area_1600 (ID: 32)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: SUM_MILESMAIN

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: Shows the extent of the water utility’s service area.

Definition Expression:

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Default Visibility: True

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HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Land_1600 (ID: 33)


Parent Layer: 1:1,600

Display Field: Id

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: Because the data frame’s background (data frame properties, frames tab) background is blue to provide tint for the offshore water, this layer is needed to mask that blue where land exists. This layer would not be needed for inland land base maps.

Definition Expression:

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Default Visibility: True

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Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: 1:2,400 (ID: 34)


Sub Layers: Display Field:

Type: Group Layer

Geometry Type:

Description:

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Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Railroad_2K (ID: 35)


Parent Layer: 1:2,400

Display Field: RAILROAD

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolyline

Description: Shows main railroad lines (as opposed to small spurs or every track in a rail yard). Important for land base because of property ownership pattern and potential for easements. The symbol was created from the railroad symbol in the esri.style file by changing the color to 50% gray and setting the line and hash line widths to 1.2 points. This symbol is more consistent with the look of the map at the larger scales where more polygons are used to represent features—making thin lines look insubstantial and graphically out of place.

Definition Expression:

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Min. Scale: 0

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Default Visibility: True

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HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Building Footprints_2K (ID: 36)


Parent Layer: 1:2,400

Display Field: Name

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: Building footprints are added to give additional context for the water network and related assets.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

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Default Visibility: True

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HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Streets_2K (ID: 37)


Parent Layer: 1:2,400

Display Field: Name

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolyline

Description: Street centerlines from St. Lucie County. ESRI edited the geometry of these features to correct features that did not follow the center of the road or even intersected parcels. ESRI also added the Map_Label field and the Carto_Sym field. The streets are displayed with a white line at a width of 1.2 points on top of the white Edge of Pavement features. This allows new streets to be displayed and labeled while awaiting the production of new curb line data.

Definition Expression:

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Default Visibility: True

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Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Parcels_2K (ID: 38)


Parent Layer: 1:2,400

Display Field: STREETNAME

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: Parcel boundary lines are shown at this scale to help indicate the property owner for assets near the edge of property lines.

Definition Expression:

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Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Edge Of Pavement_2K (ID: 39)


Parent Layer: 1:2,400

Display Field: LAYER

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These white polygons are produced by converting curb lines to polygon and then deleting any of the polygons that intersect parcels. These polygons show, much closer to the exact width of streets

Definition Expression:

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Min. Scale: 0

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Default Visibility: True

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HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: HydroLines_2K (ID: 40)


Parent Layer: 1:2,400

Display Field: DESC1

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolyline

Description: These are extracted from the flowlines feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. These features depict the natural water flows within the water utility’s land base. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: WaterBodies_2K (ID: 41)


Parent Layer: 1:2,400

Display Field: DESC1

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These are extracted from the waterbodies feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. These features depict the major natural water features within the water utility’s land base. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Drawing Info:
Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Coastline_2K (ID: 42)


Parent Layer: 1:2,400

Display Field: Id

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolygon

Description: These are extracted from the areas feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability. The outline color matches the HydroLines_72K color. It may be necessary to use the Dissolve tool to turn multiple area polygons into one coastal feature a given location.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

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Description: These are extracted from the waterbodies feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. These features depict the major natural water features within the water utility’s land base. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability.

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Layer: Coastline_18K (ID: 88)


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Description: These are extracted from the areas feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability. The outline color matches the HydroLines_72K color. It may be necessary to use the Dissolve tool

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Layer: Hillshade_18K (ID: 89)


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Description: This raster dataset is derived from a 10m USGS DEM. This hillshade provides a subtle depiction of the shape of the landscape. The hillshade layer appears in the drawing order purposefully to separate and diffuse background information in this land base map from any polygons that may appear in reporting layers, which will have brighter (not subdued) colors.

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Layer: Critical Meter Parcels_18K (ID: 90)


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Description: These polygons are derived by selecting parcels using the water utilities point dataset of critical meter sites. These are on this map to provide context as users zoom in. They are symbolized based on how the parcel is used—the idea of the colors is similar to the Montessori learning model for maps, which is to make things that should be recognized, consistently the same color. The largest of these features are labeled, based on the Maplex setting called Overrun Feature, which limits the labeling to those features that are large enough to support having a label that does not extent overly much beyond the feature’s perimeter.

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Layer: Critical Site Parcels_18K (ID: 91)


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Type: Feature Layer

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Description: These polygons are derived by selecting parcels using the water utilities point dataset of critical meter sites. These are on this map to provide context as users zoom in. They are symbolized based on how the parcel is used—the idea of the colors is similar to the Montessori learning model for maps, which is to make things that should be recognized, consistently the same color. Because there are so many kinds of features; in this case the recognition is targeted to specific features rather than kinds of features. The largest (over 500,000 sq.ft.) of these features are labeled.

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Layer: GolfCourses_Rep_18K (ID: 92)


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Display Field: Name

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Description: These features are included because golf courses, in this area, are a common land use and because of their large size, help map readers to orient themselves. These features are labeled at scales 1:18,000 and larger.

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Layer: Parks and Preserves_18K (ID: 93)


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Description: These features are included because parks are a common land use and because of their large size, help map readers to orient themselves. The largest of features are labeled at scales 1:18,000 and larger.

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Layer: Fort Pierce Incorporated Area_18K (ID: 94)


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Description: Shows where Fort Pierce is located to help when zooming into know whether other infrastructure assets may or may not belong to the city.

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Layer: Service Area_18K (ID: 95)


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Description: Shows the extent of the water utility’s service area.

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Layer: Land_18K (ID: 96)


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Description: Because the data frame’s background (data frame properties, frames tab) background is blue to provide tint for the offshore water, this layer is needed to mask that blue where land exists. This layer would not be needed for inland land base maps.

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Layer: 1:36K (ID: 97)


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Description: This layer shows progressively more detail as a user zooms into the 1:4800 scale where the full set of water network features can be shown.

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Layer: Railroad_36K (ID: 98)


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Description: Shows main railroad lines (as opposed to small spurs or every track in a rail yard). Important for land base because of property ownership pattern and potential for easements. The symbol was created from the railroad symbol in the esri.style file by changing the color to 50% gray.

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Layer: Streets_36K (ID: 99)


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Display Field: Name

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Description: Street centerlines from St. Lucie County. ESRI edited the geometry of these features to correct features that did not follow the center of the road or even intersected parcels. ESRI also added the Map_Label field and the Carto_Sym field. The latter provides a functional class to symbolize the road features, based on width. By symbolizing the roads with white—they become part of the background of the map-versus gray or black which forces them into the foreground—the point of this map is the infrastructure information displayed on top of the land base information. Only the major streets (one of the functional classes) are labeled at this scale—since there were only two highways (I-95 and US 1), it was faster/easier to create graphics than to set up labeling rules.

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Layer: HydroLines_36K (ID: 100)


Parent Layer: 1:36K

Display Field: DESC1

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Description: These are extracted from the flowlines feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. These features depict the natural water flows within the water utility’s land base. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability.

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Layer: WaterBodies_36K (ID: 101)


Parent Layer: 1:36K

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Description: These are extracted from the waterbodies feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. These features depict the major natural water features within the water utility’s land base. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability.

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Layer: Coastline_36K (ID: 102)


Parent Layer: 1:36K

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Type: Feature Layer

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Description: These are extracted from the areas feature class of the USGS’s NHD high resolution data, which originally came from the 1:24,000 scale quadrangle maps. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability. The outline color matches the HydroLines_72K color. It may be necessary to use the Dissolve tool to turn multiple area polygons into one coastal feature a given location.

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Layer: Hillshade_36K (ID: 103)


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Layer: Critical Meter Parcels_36K (ID: 104)


Parent Layer: 1:36K

Display Field: STREETNAME

Type: Feature Layer

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Description: These polygons are derived by selecting parcels using the water utilities point dataset of critical meter sites. These are on this map to provide context as users zoom in. They are symbolized based on how the parcel is used—the idea of the colors is similar to the Montessori learning model for maps, which is to make things that should be recognized, consistently the same color. The largest of these features are labeled, based on the Maplex setting called Overrun Feature, which limits the labeling to those features that are large enough to support having a label that does not extent overly much beyond the feature’s perimeter.

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Layer: Critical Site Parcels_36K (ID: 105)


Parent Layer: 1:36K

Display Field: STREETNAME

Type: Feature Layer

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Description: These polygons are derived by selecting parcels using the water utilities point dataset of critical meter sites. These are on this map to provide context as users zoom in. They are symbolized based on how the parcel is used—the idea of the colors is similar to the Montessori learning model for maps, which is to make things that should be recognized, consistently the same color. Because there are so many kinds of features; in this case the recognition is targeted to specific features rather than kinds of features.

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Layer: GolfCourses_Rep_36K (ID: 106)


Parent Layer: 1:36K

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Description: These features are included because golf courses, in this area, are a common land use and because of their large size, help map readers to orient themselves.

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Layer: Parks and Preserves_36K (ID: 107)


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Description: These features are included because parks are a common land use and because of their large size, help map readers to orient themselves.

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Layer: Fort Pierce Incorporated Area_36K (ID: 108)


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Description: Shows where Fort Pierce is located to help when zooming into know whether other infrastructure assets may or may not belong to the city.

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Layer: Service Area_36K (ID: 109)


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Description: Shows the extent of the water utility’s service area.

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Layer: Land_36K (ID: 110)


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Description: Because the data frame’s background (data frame properties, frames tab) background is blue to provide tint for the offshore water, this layer is needed to mask that blue where land exists. This layer would not be needed for inland land base maps.

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Layer: 1:72K and smaller scales (ID: 111)


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Description: This layer shows the smallest scale depiction of the land base for the water service area.

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Layer: Railroad_72K (ID: 112)


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Description: Shows main railroad lines (as opposed to small spurs or every track in a rail yard). Important for land base because of property ownership pattern and potential for easements. The symbol was created from the railroad symbol in the esri.style file by changing the color to 50% gray.

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Layer: Streets_72K (ID: 113)


Parent Layer: 1:72K and smaller scales

Display Field: Name

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Description: Street centerlines from St. Lucie County. ESRI edited the geometry of these features to correct features that did not follow the center of the road or even intersected parcels. ESRI also added the Map_Label field and the Carto_Sym field. The latter provides a functional class to symbolize the road features, based on width. By symbolizing the roads with white—they become part of the background of the map-versus gray or black which forces them into the foreground—the point of this map is the infrastructure information displayed on top of the land base information. Only the major streets (one of the functional classes) are labeled at this scale—since there were only two highways (I-95 and US 1), it was faster/easier to create graphics than to set up labeling rules.

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Layer: WaterBodies_72K (ID: 114)


Parent Layer: 1:72K and smaller scales

Display Field: GNIS_NAME

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Description: These are extracted from the NHDPlus waterbodies polygon dataset, which in turn came from the USGS’s NHD medium resolution data, which originally came from the 1:100,000 scale quadrangle maps. These features depict the major natural water features within the water utility’s land base. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability.

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Layer: HydroLines_72K (ID: 115)


Parent Layer: 1:72K and smaller scales

Display Field: GNIS_NAME

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Description: These are extracted from the NHDPlus flowlines polyline dataset, which in turn came from the USGS’s NHD medium resolution data, which originally came from the 1:100,000 scale quadrangle maps. These features depict the natural water flows within the water utility’s land base. The symbols are based on the mean annual amount of water flowing in these channels. The symbol classes are from a national classification—allowing this layer to be used anywhere in the U.S.

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Layer: Coastline_72K (ID: 116)


Parent Layer: 1:72K and smaller scales

Display Field: SHAPE_Length

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Description: These are extracted from the NHDPlus Areas polygon dataset, which in turn came from the USGS’s NHD medium resolution data, which originally came from the 1:100,000 scale quadrangle maps. The symbols are in the style of the USGS topographic maps to enhance recognize-ability. The outline color matches the HydroLines_72K color. It may be necessary to use the Dissolve tool to turn multiple area polygons into one coastal feature a given location.

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Layer: Hillshade_72K (ID: 117)


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Layer: Fort Pierce Incorporated Area_72K (ID: 118)


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Description: Shows where Fort Pierce is located to help when zooming into know whether other infrastructure assets may or may not belong to the city.

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Layer: Service Area_72K (ID: 119)


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Layer: Land_72K (ID: 120)


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Description: Because the data frame’s background (data frame properties, frames tab) background is blue to provide tint for the offshore water, this layer is needed to mask that blue where land exists. This layer would not be needed for inland land base maps.

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