A search function is provided specifically for the chapters of the Seattle Right-of-Way Improvements Manual . The search function provides advanced search functionality. General search tips are provided below to assist you in a successful search. Get advanced search help.
To enter a query, type in a few descriptive words and press the Enter key or select the Search button for a list of relevant results.
A single spelling suggestion is returned with the results for queries where the spell checker has detected a possible spelling mistake. The spell checker feature is context sensitive. For example, if the query submitted is "gail divers," "gail devers" is suggested as an alternative query. However, "scuba divers" would not return an alternate query suggestion.
Automatic "AND" Queries
By default, the search only returns pages that include all of your search terms. There is no need to include "and" between terms. Bottom of Form
To broaden or restrict the search, include fewer or more terms.
The search supports the logical "OR" operator. To retrieve pages that include either word A or word B, use an uppercase "OR" between terms.
Does Capitalization Matter?
Searches are not case sensitive. All letters, regardless of how you enter them, are understood as lower case. For example, searches for "curb requirements," "Curb Requirements," and "Curb requirements " all return the same results.
Refining Your Search
Since the search only returns web pages that contain all of the words in your query, refining or narrowing your search is as simple as adding more words to the search terms you have already entered. The refined query returns a specific subset of the pages that were returned by your original broad query
You can search for phrases by adding quotation marks. Words enclosed in double quotes ("like this") appear together in all returned searches. Certain characters serve as phrase connectors. Phrase connectors work like quotes and include hyphens, slashes, periods, equal signs, and apostrophes as phrase connectors.