Design & Construction Standards 

The list of documents below are the current 'Design & Construction' Standards & Specifications published by Everett Public Works.

See the tabs below for 2022 updates to Volumes I and II.

  1. Volume I 2022 Updates
  2. Volume II 2022 Updates

Volume I includes changes in the following sections:

2-2     Added text: “The CSWGP SWPPP may be submitted to the City for review to meet Minimum Requirement #2 if all Manual requirements are addressed.”

2-3     Added Text: “At minimum, the Construction SWPPP should include narrative and drawings. All BMPs should be clearly referenced in the narrative and marked on the drawings.”

2-4     Added text: “The Construction SWPPP shall be implemented beginning with initial land disturbance and until final stabilization. The construction of sediment control BMPs are one of the first steps in grading. These BMPs must be functional before other land disturbing activities take place.”

2-5     Added notes #11-16 to standard notes

3-18 and 3-19     Changed to 4” Crushed Surfacing Base Course under sidewalks and curbs.

4-2.3(1)     Removed galvanized pipe as it contains zinc, which is a water quality concern. Added polypropylene to the list of approved City materials. (Polypropylene is in WSDOT/APWA standards.)

4-2.3(10)     Added Requirements #6-8

4-2.5(1)     Added text to address runoff from flow dispersal trenches, which is not otherwise addressed in the Stormwater Manual.

4-2.7     Added Standard Note #6.

4-4.1(3)     Added #2.d. for reference to standard drawings for bioretention, rain gardens, and roof downspout infiltration setback requirements when adjacent to the ROW. (See new Standard Drawings 437 and 438.) Added #3.a. for infiltration facility setbacks to property lines. This is not otherwise addressed in the Stormwater Manual.

4-4.2(5)     Table No. 26 – Private Stormwater Pumps. Updated the stormwater pump station maintenance table to match updates in DCSS 4-2.3(10) Stormwater Pumps.

4-4.3(2)     Added text to clarify BMP T5.10A.

4-4.3(3) and 4-4.3(4)     Added clarification that compost cannot be used for projects draining to Silver Lake due to nutrient concerns.