Boulevard Supply offers identifying pavement markers for marking fire hydrant locations. Blue pavement markers are used to mark fire hydrants and water supply sources.
SURFACE MOUNT RAISED BLUE REFLECTIVE PAVEMENT MARKERS
Commonly found in the southwest US in cities both road marker reflectors and reflective hydrant collars available in Las Vegas and nationwide.
COUNTY AND STATE REGULATIONS
Please contact your local city, county or state offices for the most up to date, current regulations /code regarding blue fire hydrant markers.
Clark County Nevada
Fire Hydrant Markers: All fire hydrant locations will be identified as to actual location by the placement of blue colored reflective marker adjacent to the fire hydrant on all improved Fire Apparatus Access Roadways with hard surfaces. These reflective markers shall meet the approval of the Fire Prevention Bureau and be placed in accordance with the following specifications:
- On roadways with no parking permitted on the hydrant side: the reflective button/marker will be located eight (8) feet from the face of the curb on the hydrant side.
- On roadways with parking permitted on the hydrant side: the reflective button will be located sixteen (16) feet from the face of the curb on the hydrant side.
- All other configurations: shall be approved by the Fire Prevention Bureau.
- Blue reflective markers must be installed before final hydrant acceptance can be attained (2005 Clark County Fire Code, Sec. 901.4.3].
Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas Fire & Rescue Fire Prevention Division
Effective Date: July 1 2014 CLV Ordinance #6325
The items listed are basic information only. Codes are subject to change. Additional requirements may apply
Hydrant locations shall be marked by means of a blue colored reflective marker in the fire access lane. The marker shall be located in the center of a drive lane where parking is not anticipated, nearest to the hydrant. SNFC 507.5.7.3
Blue raised reflective pavement markers, may be placed on a highway, street, or road, to mark fire hydrant and/or water supply locations.
The blue raised reflective pavement markers shall not be used for any other purpose. Local agencies shall not place blue reflective pavement markers on a State highway unless they first obtain an encroachment permit from the Department of Transportation. The agency responsible for the placement shall also be responsible for the maintenance and replacement. See Section 13060, of the Health and Safety Code. See Section 1A.11 for information regarding this publication.
In general, the blue reflective pavement markers should be placed 150 mm (6 in) from the centerline stripe, or approximate center of the pavement where there is no centerline stripe, on the side nearest the fire hydrant. When placed on expressways, freeways and freeway ramps, they should be placed on the shoulder, 0.31m (1 ft) to the right of the edge line, opposite the fire hydrant.
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