In some cases, the websites you link to will require you to input additional information to find the answers to your questions (e.g., the DPD zoning map finder). In other cases, the information will be readily accessible (e.g., the street class pdf file.)
(Hint: If you are linked to a website where the information you are looking for is not apparent, do a word search using their search engine to quickly find hits on your topic)
The current version of the ROWIM appears on the home page. Revision history may be viewed be selecting the Revisions link in the top menu bar. Users are encouraged to join the email list to receive email notification of ROWIM revisions.
A complete revision history of all manual changes will be posted online under the Revisions link in the top menu bar. Users are encouraged to join the email list to receive email notification of revisions.
A hard copy of the ROWIM may be obtained by printing the entire manual from the website home page. Printable chapters, figures and forms may be obtained from the drop-down menu at the top of each chapter page.
The Search Engine and Detailed Table of Contents are great tools for quick access to information on the website. The search engine text box can be found at the top of the right-hand navigation menu. Simply type a key word(s) into the text box and select “go” to perform a search. A link to the Detailed Table of Contents is found at the top of the right-hand navigation menu on every page of the Manual.
The Seattle Right-of-Way Improvements Manual is presented online in both HTML (the online language of the Internet) and Adobe Acrobat format (PDF). The website is optimized for viewing with both Internet Explorer and Netscape browsers at a display screen resolution of 1024 x 768. If your computer system doesn't currently have Adobe Acrobat installed, you may install Adobe Acrobat Version 6 by selecting the link at the bottom of the right-hand navigation menu column on the website; follow the instructions provided by the Adobe Acrobat website.
A number of City departments oversee permitting. Chapter 2 of the ROWIM can help you identify the type of permit(s) needed for your project and contains links to other City departments for more detailed permitting information.