So you want to know when the City of Memphis will pave your street? The Memphis Public Works and Memphis Information Services divisions worked in tandem to provide the above street paving map. It tells paving that is upcoming this year and also in the future. Major Tennessee highways and state routes are also included.
Shelby County Construction Code Enforcement – Safety standards for Memphis, Unincorporated Shelby County, Arlington, Germantown, and Lakeland, Tennessee.
Memphis and Shelby County as well as the other cities listed above have adopted the following codes. In addition, please see Local Amendments which can be found online at https://shelbycountytn.gov/index.aspx?nid=390
2009 International Building Code – Local Amendments
2012 International Existing Building Code – Local Amendments
2012 International Residential Code – Local Amendments
2009 International Mechanical Code – Local Amendments
2012 National Electrical Code – Local Amendments
2012 (Fuel) Gas Code – Local Amendments
2012 International Energy Conservation Code – Local Amendments
2009 International Joint Plumbing Code – Local Amendments – The Code that is being used by Shelby County.
2009 International Fire Code – inside International Building Code + Local Amendments, written in red letters
2008 National Electrical Code – You must register for free in order to see the Electrical Code online.
2009 American National Standard ICC A117.1 – (Accessible & Usable Buildings & Facilities)
The International Plumbing Code is now available online in full text. Shelby County still uses the 2009 edition, but also posted is the 2012 edition, for later information. Both codes are posted as PDF’s and are pretty much a mirror of the print version.
This site contains lots of free users guides uploaded by people who held on to the instruction booklet for their refrigerator, computer, dishwasher, remote control, etc. Over 700,000 pdf’s are on the site. Just use the search box to type in what manual you are looking for. From the site, “Search results include manual name, description, size and number of pages.” You can view the manual or download it to your computer by an add on. All manuals are only available in PDF.
You can also share the pages of the manual on social media, if you like. Just click, “share this page”.
Likewise, you can even upload a manual to a product that you don’t see on the page. Instructions are available on the home page.
The BoatTech site, from the Boat Owners Association of the United States, provides an archive of how to repair a boat. Maintenance, equipment, and safety are all provided for such things as deck hardware, electronics, navigation, winterizing and other subjects. Most of the repair and installation information have diagrams, to go along with the subject material. The boats included for repair are sailboats and powerboats.
The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System is provided by the Department of Justice and the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators to protect consumers trying to purchase a vehicle. The site shows important information about a vehicle’s history, including title data, the brand history, the odomotor reading, the total loss history, and salvage history. Used car buying tips, along with a glossary and FAQ’s are also included.
This website – ifixit – is a great place to look up repair manuals – and edit them yourself. The site includes step-by-step repair guides for computers, game consoles, cell phones, automobiles, cameras, ipads, ipods, household appliances and other devices. Included in most manuals are pictures and diagrams. Explanations of the pictures are also available. There is also a place to ask questions and get answers to repair issues that you are not able to fix.