ArcGIS Services Directory

Layers:


Layer: 1:4,800 and larger scales (ID: 0)


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Type: Group Layer

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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: Meters (ID: 1)


Parent Layer: 1:4,800 and larger scales

Display Field: FACILITYID

Type: Feature Layer

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Description: Are not shown at scales smaller than 1:2,400. In some cases even at 1:100 scale, meter symbols will overlap one another. This is partly due to automated methods for creating meter features at the ends of laterals, particularly based on automated methods for creating laterals off of mains. Ideally meter features are located as precisely as possible relative to their real-world locations—in practice this is expensive without using GPS, which doesn’t deal with the lateral locations. In this map, meters, are not the focus and therefore are not labeled—in a meter management map labels would be necessary.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 2400

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: Hydrants (ID: 2)


Parent Layer: 1:4,800 and larger scales

Display Field: FACILITYID

Type: Feature Layer

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Description: Hydrants are shown from 1:4,800 to larger scales. These symbols are based on a hydrant symbol has been common on engineering drawings for decades. These symbols are rotated to depict the orientation of the valves. Starting at 1:2,400 hydrants are labeled with their asset ID.

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Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 5000

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

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


Layer: Control Valves (ID: 3)


Parent Layer: 1:4,800 and larger scales

Display Field: FacilityID

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPoint

Description: Control valves are shown from 1:4,800 to larger scales. The symbol for control valves may be rotated or changed to reflect the type of valve (butterfly, ball, etc.), or a box symbol may also be added when these values are installed within a box. The difference between control valves and system valves is that control valves have a backflow prevention control. Control valves are labeled at scales from 1:1,200 and larger with their asset ID.

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Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 5000

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

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


Layer: Hydrant Valves (ID: 4)


Parent Layer: 1:4,800 and larger scales

Display Field: FacilityID

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPoint

Description: System valves are shown from 1:4,800 to larger scales. System valves are labeled at scales from 1:1,600 and larger with their asset ID. The symbols for system valves are expected to vary from utility to utility—these are some typical symbols, but by no means do they represent an accepted standard.

Definition Expression: "HYDRFLAG" = 1

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 1200

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: False

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Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

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


Layer: System Valves (ID: 5)


Parent Layer: 1:4,800 and larger scales

Display Field: FACILITYID

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type:

Description: System valves are shown from 1:4,800 to larger scales. System valves are labeled at scales from 1:1,600 and larger with their asset ID. The symbols for system valves are expected to vary from utility to utility—these are some typical symbols, but by no means do they represent an accepted standard.

Definition Expression: "HYDRFLAG" = 0

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 5000

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

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


Layer: Fittings (ID: 6)


Parent Layer: 1:4,800 and larger scales

Display Field: FacilityID

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPoint

Description: Fittings are shown at scales larger than 1:4,800, though are not labeled in this general depiction of the water network—users would be expected to click on the fittings to get more information.

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Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 5000

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: False

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Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

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


Layer: Junctions (ID: 7)


Parent Layer: 1:4,800 and larger scales

Display Field: Enabled

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPoint

Description: Junctions are shown to communicate network connections. Where junctions exist, mains and or laterals connect, and if the mains or lateral lines do not intersect, no junction is drawn to show they are at different elevations. Junctions are not labeled.

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Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 2000

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: False

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

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


Layer: Mains (ID: 8)


Parent Layer: 1:4,800 and larger scales

Display Field: FACILITYID

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type:

Description: The symbology for the water mains divides the largest mains (14” and larger) from the smaller mains (12” and smaller), but also graduates the symbols so that some relative differences can be seen. At scales 1:4,800 and 1:2,400 the longer mains are labeled, and at 1:2,400 short mains are labeled with leader lines. At 1:1,600 the longer mains have a more prominent label, allowing for clear reading at all large scales, while the same becomes true for the shorter mains at 1:800.

Definition Expression: "ACTIVEFLAG" = 1

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 5000

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

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


Layer: Lateral Lines (ID: 9)


Parent Layer: 1:4,800 and larger scales

Display Field: FACILITYID

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type: esriGeometryPolyline

Description: Lateral lines are shown from 1:2,400 to larger scales and this is in conjunction with the meters—as the lateral lines connect meters to mains. These features are not labeled.

Definition Expression:

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 2400

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

Extent:
Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

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


Layer: 1:9,600 (ID: 10)


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Type: Group Layer

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Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 10000

Max. Scale: 5000

Default Visibility: True

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Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Water Mains_9K (ID: 11)


Parent Layer: 1:9,600

Display Field: FACILITYID

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type:

Description: Shows major water mains, 2.5” and larger diameter. These are shown at this scale for the water utility’s land base to provide a way for users to focus on the utility’s assets as they zoom in. Four classes of symbol are used to differentiate the largest mains—the largest mains are the same three symbol classes as the Water Mains_18K layer.

Definition Expression: "ACTIVEFLAG" = 1 AND "DIAMETER" > 2

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: 1:18K - 1:36K (ID: 12)


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Type: Group Layer

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Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 71999

Max. Scale: 10000

Default Visibility: True

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Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Water Mains_18K (ID: 13)


Parent Layer: 1:18K - 1:36K

Display Field: FACILITYID

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type:

Description: Shows major water mains, 8” and larger diameter. These are shown at this scale for the water utility’s land base to provide a way for users to focus on the utility’s assets as they zoom in. Three classes of symbol are used to differentiate the largest mains—the largest mains are the same two symbol classes as the Water Mains_72K layer.

Definition Expression: "ACTIVEFLAG" = 1 AND "DIAMETER" >= 8

Copyright Text:

Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 0

Default Visibility: True

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Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

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Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: 1:72K and smaller scales (ID: 14)


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Type: Group Layer

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Min. Scale: 0

Max. Scale: 72000

Default Visibility: True

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Has Attachments: False

HTML Popup Type: esriServerHTMLPopupTypeNone

Fields: Type ID Field: N/A


Layer: Water Mains_72K (ID: 15)


Parent Layer: 1:72K and smaller scales

Display Field: FACILITYID

Type: Feature Layer

Geometry Type:

Description: Shows major water mains, 14” and larger diameter. These are shown at this scale for the water utility’s land base to provide a way for users to focus on the utility’s assets as they zoom in. Two classes of symbol are used to differentiate the largest mains.

Definition Expression: "ACTIVEFLAG" = 1 AND "DIAMETER" > 12

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

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