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2-6-1 Location Narrative
2-6-2 Driving Directions
2-6-3 Special Information
2-6-4 Project Location Map
2-6-5 Project Site Map

Example Project Location Maps

2-6 Project Location:

Provide sufficient project location information to allow Department staff to locate the site on a map and drive directly to it. Include the following items:

2-6-1 Location Narrative:

A. Provide a narrative statement detailing the location of the project. The narrative must include the:

  1. bank or shoreline;
  2. stream or lake name;
  3. project limits;
  4. nearest city or town;
  5. civil township; and
  6. county.

B. If available, the following information should also be provided. Some of this information may be found on the property deed, title or land survey:

  1. ¼, ¼, ¼ section;
  2. section, grant or reserve;
  3. township;
  4. range; and
  5. U.S. Geological Survey 7½ minute series topographic map name.

C. Example Project Locations:

  1. Along the left (south) bank of Honey Creek beginning 50' west of State Road 135 and continuing downstream for approximately 900' near Bargersville, White River Township, Johnson County.

    N ½, SE ¼, Section 14, Township 13 N, Range 3 E, Bargersville Quadrangle

  2. Along the western shoreline of Pike Lake, across the entire frontage of Lot 7, Sunblest Addition at Warsaw, Wayne Township, Kosciusko County.

    NE ¼, SW ¼, SE ¼, Section 5, Township 32 N, Range 6 E, Leesburg Quadrangle

  3. Along Needham Booher Ditch beginning at County Road 950 East and continuing downstream approximately 1½ miles to County Road 150 North near Shannondale, Franklin Township, Montgomery County.

    Upstream: NE ¼, NE ¼, SW ¼, Section 23, Township 19 N, Range 3 W, Shannondale Quadrangle

    Downstream: SE ¼, SE ¼, NW ¼, Section 27, Township 19 N, Range 3 W, Shannondale Quadrangle

2-6-2 Driving Directions:

A. Provide driving directions to the project site from a known, easily identifiable landmark. The directions must include:

  1. road names;
  2. directions; and
  3. distances.

B. Example Driving Directions:

  1. Beginning at the intersection of State Road 37 and County Line Road, go east ½ mile to Morgantown Road (County Road 500 West). Turn right (south) on Morgantown Road and continue south for approximately 4 miles to Stones Crossing Road (County Road 700 North). Turn left (east) onto Stones Crossing Road and continue east for approximately ½ mile to the site of the proposed bridge replacement over Honey Creek.
  2. Beginning at the intersection of County Road 450 North and County Road 750 East, go south 2 miles to Shore Drive. Turn right (west) on Shore Drive and continue west for approximately 1¼ miles to EMS Lane 34. Turn left (south) on EMS Lane 34 and continue south for approximately ¼ mile to 315 EMS Lane 34 (red brick house with white trim and black shutters).
  3. Beginning at the intersection of County Road 1075 East and State Road 32 on the west side of Shannondale, go west 1 mile to County Road 975 East. Turn right (north) on County Road 975 East and continue north for approximately 1½ miles to County Road 225 North. Turn left (west) on County Road 225 North and continue west for ¼ mile to County Road 950 East. Turn right (north) on County Road 950 East and continue north for ¼ mile to the upstream end of the project at the County Road 950 East bridge over Needham Booher Ditch.

2-6-3 Special Information:

A. Convey any special information to Department staff prior to the site inspection. Typical information might include:

  1. desire to be present during the site inspection;
  2. presence of a dog or other animal at the project site; or
  3. request that staff check-in at a security station prior to entering the project site.

B. Example Special Information:

  1. There is a guard dog on the property, please contact me to schedule the site inspection when I may be present.
  2. Prior to entering the condominium development, you must check-in at the security station and explain why you are inspecting the property.
  3. Schedule the field inspection with the County Surveyor.

2-6-4 Project Location Map:

A. Provide a map of the general vicinity around the project area so it may be located. If possible, use a U.S. Geological Survey 7½ minute series topographic map for this purpose. The map must include:

  1. title block containing:
    1. applicant's name;
    2. agent's name (if applicable),
    3. project title;
    4. date;
    5. scale and/or scale bar;
  2. north arrow;
  3. project location; and
  4. general vicinity within ½ to 1 mile of the project location.

B. The following are example project location maps:

  1. Stream Project - Page 1
  2. Stream Project - Page 2
  3. Lake Project - Page 1
  4. Lake Project - Page 2
  5. Lake Project - Page 1
  6. Lake Project - Page 2

2-6-5 Project Site Map:

A. Provide a map giving basic information on the project site. The project site map must be shown on the best available mapping and must include:

  1. title block containing
    1. applicant's name;
    2. agent's name (if applicable),
    3. project title;
    4. date;
    5. scale and/or scale bar;
  2. north arrow;
  3. clearly defined project site limits;
  4. property lines;
  5. general vicinity around the project site; and
  6. distances from roadways and/or landmarks.

B. The following are example project location maps:

  1. Stream Project - Page 1
  2. Stream Project - Page 2
  3. Lake Project - Page 1
  4. Lake Project - Page 2
  5. Ditch Project - Page 1
  6. Ditch Project - Page 2

Example Project Location Map - Stream - Page 1

Example Project Location Map - Stream - Page 1

Example Project Location Map - Stream - Page 2

Example Project Location Map - Stream - Page 2

Example Project Location Map - Lake - Page 1

Example Project Location Map - Lake - Page 1

Example Project Location Map - Lake - Page 2

Example Project Location Map - Lake - Page 2

Example Project Location Map - Ditch - Page 1

Example Project Location Map - Ditch - Page 1

Example Project Location Map - Ditch - Page 2

Example Project Location Map - Ditch - Page 2