Streetlight consultants should reference the following guidelines and examples to assign pole identification codes (Streetlight pole number) when installing County owned streetlight poles in the County. Streetlight Design consultants are responsible for assigning pole identification codes (Streetlight pole number) during the design stage.
Mid-block and Median Guidelines and Examples
Streetlight poles are considered mid-block poles when they do not share an electrical meter with signal equipment. Streetlight poles often do not have signal equipment attached to them.
|AAA||Street codes (see table or map in “Streetlight Poles Maps and Tables” below)|
|BB||2-digit block number|
*M means streetlight on a median
|Pole number (poles on each block will start with 01 or 02 with the count increasing going west, or away from SR 50. Poles should be separated by even and odd, with all odd numbers on one side of the street and all even numbers on the opposite side of the street.)|
|D||Relation to SR 50. “N” for poles north of SR 50. “S” for poles south of SR 50.|
Intersection Lighting Guidelines and Examples
Intersection streetlight poles typically have signal equipment on them and share an electrical meter with signal equipment.
|AAA||Intersection ID with leading zeros (see map of intersection IDs in “Streetlight Poles Maps and Tables” below)|
|BB||Equipment code (“MA” for Mast Arm, “CP” for Carlyle Pole, “HA” for Hawk Signal)|
|CC||Count of poles per corner|
|D||Corner of intersection as either a cardinal direction or an inter-cardinal direction (e.g. “N” or “NW”)|
Streetlight Pole Decal Specifications
Decals can be silk screened or digitally printed. A sample of the decal or drawing may be required for approval. The list of numbers will be provided by the county.
|Size||2.5 inches x 7 inches|
|Sheeting||ASTM type I engineer grade reflective sheeting|
|Color||Black background with yellow text|
Top line of letters are Highway "C" font Numbers and cardinal directions are Highway "D" font
|Placement||Decals are to be placed on poles 4 feet about the ground|
Streetlight Poles Maps and Tables
To identify street codes, block numbers and intersection IDs, reference the following maps and tables:
- Street codes table
- Block numbering reference map
- Intersection ID map
- Existing streetlight pole map (coming soon)