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A benchmark is defined as a permanent physical mark of a known elevation point in the field. It is a surveyed marker which provides a point of beginning for determining elevations of other points in a survey.
Benchmark locations are provided at various points throughout the City. For specific benchmark information please view the maps below and get the corresponding number closest to the location where you would like to start your survey. Then, locate that number on the
City of Campbell Benchmark Elevations
United States Coast and Geodetic Survey Elevations
for the corresponding elevation.
Benchmark locations and elevations are based primarily from the 1980s survey data.
Please contact the Public Works Department at (408) 866-2150 if you have any further questions.
NW Quadrant of the City - Benchmark Area 1
NE Quadrant of the City - Benchmark Area 2
SE Quadrant of the City - Benchmark Area 3
SW Quadrant of the City - Benchmark Area 4
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