2.4 Site Mapping Process

Through the assessment process, discussed in Section 2.3: Site Analysis, map layers are produced to delineate important site features. These map layers are combined to provide a composite site map that guides the layout of streets, structures, and other site features and the overall location of the development envelope(s) (see Figure 2.3). This composite site map should be used for all development types and will form the basis for the site design, discussed in detail in Chapter 3: Designing for LID.


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Figure 2.3 - Composite Site Map
Composite site analysis of natural, built, and regulatory elements influencing site design.  Source: AHBL, Inc.