The City of Albany maintains Engineering Standards for the design of public facilities. All public improvement designs are required to conform to these standards. The Engineering Standards posted here reflect the most recent version of these documents.
It is the users responsibility to make sure all proposals, plans, and submittals conform to the most recent version at the time the work is submitted. The City of Albany assumes no responsibility for engineers and/or developers that submit plans based on an outdated version of these documents. A hard copy of these Engineering Standards can be purchased for $100. Holders of hard copy Engineering Standards will be required to purchase a new copy of standards each time they are updated.
Revisions to Division E Stormwater Management
The City of Albany has made revisions to the Division E Stormwater Management standards required to comply with stormwater regulations outlined in the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination system (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Phase II permit, administered by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. Compliance with the Post-construction runoff control measure in the MS4 Phase II Permit requires Albany incorporate a retention/infiltration standard in Division E by February 28, 2024. A summary of changes and the draft standards are provided below. For more information, please contact
|D-Street and Alley
|F-Water Pump Stations
|Not available online;
contact the Public Works Department
at 541-917-7676 for more information.
|H-Wastewater Pump Stations
|I-Traffic Impact Study Guidelines