Civil Design Standards

​Adelaide Hills Council has a suite of standard design details for infrastructure works. The below list is to assist preparation of engineering documents for civil engineering works and development applications by residents, designers, architects, engineers and contractors. The details are provided to facilitate development and construction across the Adelaide Hills Council region. 

Standard Design Details

Standard Detail Drawing Index
​150 Barrier Kerb and Gutter
​​150 Barrier Kerb and Channel
​Semi Mountable Kerb and Gutter
Mountable Kerb and Gutter
​600 Spoon Drain
​Kerb Ramps
​Concrete Footpath
Block Paved Footpath
​Asphalt Footpath
​Rubble Footpath
Residential Property Crossover
Commercial Property Crossover — Reinforced
​Residential Vehicular Crossing — Concrete
Residential Vehicular Crossing — Block Paved
Residential Vehicular Crossing — Asphalt
Commercial Crossing — Concrete
​​Commercial Crossing — Block Paved
​​Commercial Crossing — Asphalt
Allowable Crossover Locations
​Residential Crossover — Extreme Level Difference
Junction Boxes
Side Entry Pits
Grated Inlet Pits
​Field Gully Pits
​Stormwater Discharge to Street — Pipe from Property Boundary to Kerb
Stormwater Discharge to Street — Box Drain from Property Boundary to Kerb
​Stormwater Discharge to Street — Above Ground Pipe to Swale Drain
Concrete Pipe Bandage Joint
Trench Reinstatement
​Typical Cross Sections — Sealed Roads
Road Planting and Vegetation

For further information please contact Council's Engineering Department on 8408 0400.

Stormwater Drainage Design Guidelines

Council has developed a Stormwater Drainage Design Guideline for the purpose of managing stormwater on private properties.. 

Download the Stormwater Drainage Design Guideline here.

Council acknowledges that we conduct our business on the traditional lands and waters of the Peramangk and Kaurna people. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging as the Custodians of this ancient and beautiful land.
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