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Conveyance Closed

Description | Contacts | Attribute Information | Constraints

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Description

Layer name: SW_CONV_CLOSED
Subject category: ultility
Title: Conveyance Closed
Feature Count: 0
Feature Type: Line
Abstract: Closed Conveyance ComponentsPipe: A circular closed pipe that is designed to convey stormwater either by gravity or pressurizedflow that is connected to a connect feature on one or both ends of the pipe.Culvert: A Closed Conveyance that drains open channels, Swales, or Ditches for the purpose of passing under a roadway, embankment or other structure. Culverts are not connected to a structure on one or both ends.
Purpose: Closed Conveyance features are enclosed pipes that vary in size and material and convey stormwater either by gravity or preassure using a pump.
Status: In work
Updated: Continually
Time period of content: (single date,as YYYYMMDD):: 20170327
Time period of content: (date range, as YYYYMMDD):: -
Spatial reference: WA State Plane North
FGDC Documentation: Classic or FAQ
Open Data Availability: Not Available
Theme Keywords: King County, Untied States, WA, Pacific NW, utilitiesCommunication,
Lineage: Not available

Contacts

Maintained by:
King County Water and Land Resources Division / Stormwater Services Section
Primary: Jeanie Pride, Engineer 1, (206) 477-4803
(How to e-mail a County contact)
Secondary: KCGIS Center; giscenter@kingcounty.gov. This mailbox is monitored during business hours.

Attribute Information

ItemDescriptionDomain
_AssetID_AssetID is the unique identifier that is used to integrate with other enterprise systems.
_DBAssetID_DBAssetID is the unique identifier that is used to integrate with other enterprise systems.
_UpstreamDBAssetID_UpstreamDBAssetID tracks the DBAssetID of the feature on the upstream end of the closed conveyance feature.
_DownstreamDBAssetID_DownstreamDBAssetID tracks the DBAssetID of the feature on the downstream end of the closed conveyance feature.
_Component_Within the Puget Sound Stormwater Infrastructure Framework, Component is the broadest classification for a set of structures with a similar Function and Function Type.
_ComponentType_Within the Puget Sound Stormwater Infrastructure Framework, Component Type is the finest classification for a structure.
_Diameter_Diameter is the interior diameter of the pipe or culvert, in inches. Diameter is recorded when the pipe is circular in shape.
_Width_Width is the distance from one side of a pipe or culvert to the other side, measured at the widest point of the feature. Width is collected when the pipe or culvert is not circular in shape.
_Height_Height is the distance from the top of a pipe or culvert to the bottom, measured at the tallest point of the feature. Height is collected when the pipe is not circular in shape.
_PipeDepth_
_Material_Material tracks the primary material that the feature is constructed of.
_Coating_Coating is the type of protective covering applied to the pipe interior.
_UpstreamElevation_Upstream elevation is elevation in feet at the base interior level (invert) of the upstream end.
_DownstreamElevation_Downstream elevation is elevation in feet at the base interior level (invert) of the downstream end.
_MeasSource_MeasSource is the source of the Diameter, WidthA/WidthB, CoverSize, Depth and Sump Depth measurements.
_UpstreamMeasureDown_UpstreamMeasureDown tracks the measurement from the top of the structure’s frame to the pipe’s invert on the upstream end.
_DownstreamMeasureDown_DownstreamMeasureDown tracks the measurement from the top of the structure’s frame to the pipe’s invert on the downstream end.
_SurfaceTexture_Surface Texture is the surface feel or appearance of the pipe interior.
_TrashRack_TrashRack tracks whether there is a trash rack or debris barrier at the outlet of the pipe or culvert.
_EmergencyOverflow_EmergencyOverflow tracks whether or not the structure itself functions as an emergency overflow.
_FlowDirection_Flow direction tracks the function of the pipe in terms of direction of conveyance.
_Intent_Intent tracks whether the infrastructure was designed primarily to convey stormwater or a natural water body.
_OwnerEntity_OwnerEntity tracks the owner of the particular feature.
_InspectedBy_InspectedBy tracks the entity who inspects the asset.
_MaintainedBy_MaintainedBy tracks the entity responsible for maintenance of the asset.
_AM_Program_AM_Program tracks if the Link is associated with a particular Asset Management Program.
_Jurisdiction_Jurisdiction tracks the jurisdiction that governs the land that the asset resides in.
_Revisit_Revisit tracks various reasons that a staff may need to revisit an asset.
_XYSource_XYSource tracks the method in which the geographic location of the asset was recorded.
_Confidence_Confidence provides users unfamiliar with the various data sources an indication in the accuracy of the data. The values range from 1-4 and are described below 1 = Survey or high quality GPS (we have none of this currently) 2 = Mapped in the field, or office mapped and reviewed in field. 3 = Office mapped from plans- not yet reviewed in field. 4 = Antiquated, not field visited, office mapped from a sketch- not yet reviewed in field.
_ActiveDate_ActiveDate refers to the date when the asset is active in the ground.
_LoadedBy_LoadedBy tracks the staff member’s user name who added the feature to the database.
_LoadDate_LoadDate tracks the date that the feature was added to the database. Complete this date only if you are adding a new point.
_FieldVisitedBy_FieldVisitedBy tracks the staff member’s user name that last visited the feature in the field.
_FieldVisitDate_FieldVisiteDate tracks the date that staff last visited the feature in the field.
_LastEditBy_LastEditBy tracks the staff member’s user name that last edited the feature.
_LastEditDate_LastEditDate tracks the date that staff last edited the feature.
_DateInstalled_DateInstalled tracks the date the feature was physically installed.
_DateRemoved_DateRemoved tracks the date the feature was physically removed.
_ForeignKey_ForeignKey is a value used to link to another database. The value you enter must match identically the value of the database that you intend on linking to.
_FKeySource_FKeySource is the source and name of the database that your foreign key is intended to link to.
_FacilityID_FacilityID tracks the FacilityID number that the feature is a part of.
_DataStage_DataStage tracks the status of the data as it moves through the QAQC process.
_CurrentStatus_CurrentStatus tracks the status of the data as it moves through the lifecycle of an asset.
_MISComponentID_MISComponentID is used to track the Maintenance & Inspection System (MIS) ComponentID value for a feature.
_DataSource_DataSource tracks the group, program, or process that added the data.
_Notes_Notes provides extra space for staff to enter additional information not captured in other fields.
_PlanLink_When digital plans are available, PlanLink provides a hyperlink to plan files.
_QCFlag_QCFlag provides a space for QC scripts to write quality control issues for staff to potentially resolve.
_Snapped_Snapped is used in scripting routine to ensure that nearby features are snapped.
_GlobalID_GlobalID is a 36 character string that ArcGIS uses to uniquely identify features or table rows within a geodatabase and across geodatabases.
_ConditionScore_
_ConditionDate_
_LegacyID_
_Location_
_VerticalDatum_
_WDFWID_
_CCTVInspectionDate_
_POF_
_COF_
_BRE_
_BREDate_
_PAA_PAA tracks which Potential Annexation Area an asset intersects, if applicable.
_SHAPE.STLength()_


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