These specifications and standard detail plates are specific to the City of Oxnard’s construction and design requirements and are intended to be used by contractors, consultants and City Divisions for plan & specification preparation as well as for construction of public infrastructure projects located in the right of way.
Notice of Disclaimer:
The City of Oxnard makes the electronic and paper copies of Standard Plates and Design Criteria for Public Works Construction available on an “as is” basis. All warranties and representations of any kind with regard to said information is disclaimed, including the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular use. Under no circumstances will the City of Oxnard or any of its officers or employees be liable for any consequential, incidental, special or exemplary damages even if apprized of the likelihood of such damages occurring.
The City of Oxnard does not warrant the information against deficiencies of any kind. The use of this information for work which is under contract with the City of Oxnard does not relieve the contractor from any obligations assumed by the contract, or from complete and proper fulfillment of the terms of the contract, nor does it entitle the contractor compensation for damages or loss which could be attributed to such use. In the event of a conflict between these standard plates and contract documents, the specifications set forth in contract documents will prevail. Contractors are put on notice that they must independently verify all information herein.
The information contained in these Standard Plates is subject to updating by the City of Oxnard. Anyone relying on this information should satisfy themselves as to the most current version. The official version on file with the Development Services Department will take precedence over downloaded copies. While every effort is made to keep the documents on this web page current, please contact the Development Services Department to verify that your copy is up to date.
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Paul Wendt, Supervising Civil Engr.
Building & Engineering Services