- B1 Sidewalk markings: Sidewalk markings are informative impressions made in sidewalk cement while it is setting. Sometimes these markings are grafitti. Learn more in 99PIC pp 7-10!
- I1 Skyline: The skyline is the view of your city or town as it is laid out towards the horizon. Learn more in 99PIC pp 199-200!
- N1 Curb Cuts: Curb cuts are incline cuts made into sidewalk curbs to create ramps down to street level at intersections. Learn more in 99PIC pp 336-339!
- G1 Cycling Lane: A cycling lane is a road lane marked off for exclusive use by bicycles. Learn more in 99PIC pp 155-156!
- O1 Graveyard: Graveyards are areas of a town that have been designated for the internment of the dead. Learn more in 99PIC pp 282-283!
- B2 Street Tree: Trees planted by the municipality along local streets. Learn more in 99PIC pp 286-287!
- I2 Municipal Flag: A municipal flag is the special, specific flag belonging to your town or city. Learn more in 99PIC pp 52-54!
- N2 Maintained Remains (Thomassons): Maintained remains (or Thomassons) are actively maintained architectural remains that are no longer functional, like a stairwell that leads nowhere. Learn more in 99PIC pp 40-41!
- G2 Skate Blockers: Skate blockers are small metal bumps attached to public staiwells, benches, railings, and other items to deter skateboarders from using the ledges to perform skate tricks. Learn more in 99PIC pp 312-314!
- O2 Preserved Historic Building: Preserved historic buildings are old buildings that have been deliberately conserved in their original architectural style and are protected from demolition or significant remodelling. Learn more in 99PIC pp 219-221!
- B3 Abandoned Building: An abandoned building is a building that is no longer being maintained, and has been left to decay but has not been knocked down. Learn more in 99IC pp 228-229!
- I3 Rotary Junction: A rotary junction is a circular roadway with multiple entry and exit points. It may or may not have lights controlling the flow of traffic. Learn more in 99PIC pp 143-145!
- N3 Read a Plaque: Read a plaque! They're everywhere, and they'll tell you stories about where you are. Learn more in 99PIC pp 58-59!
- G3 Shelter Marker: Shelter markers indicate the public emergency shelters in urban areas. Learn more in 99PIC pp 77-79!
- O3 Anchor Plates: Anchor plates are metal plates that are used to reinforce exterior walls of buildings. They are frequently visible from the outside of the building and have decorative shapes. Learn more in 99PIC pp 34-35!
- B4 Postal Service Infrastructure: A USPS central office, outpost, or collection box. Learn more in 99PIC pp 102-105!
- I4 Breakaway Post: Breakaway posts are a mechanisms that allow the posts of street lights and traffic lights to break in a collision. Learn more in 99PIC pp 11-13!
- N4 Mansard Roof: A Mansard roof is a type of roof that has two slopes on every side, the lower slope being considerably steeper than the upper. Learn more in 99PIC pp 184-185!
- G4 Manhole cover: Manhole cover are thick metal discs that cover the entrance to underground sewer systems. They can be very decorative. Learn more in 99PIC pp 108-110!
- O4 Discouraging Spikes: Discouraging spikes are hostile architectural constructs designed to make it uncomfortable or impossible to stand, sit, or lie down in what is otherwise be an open space. Learn more in 99PIC pp 314-315!
- B5 Quatrefoil: A quatrefoil is a symmetrical four-leaf clover like shape commonly used in architectural decoration. Learn more in 99PIC pp 60-61!
- I5 Interstate Highway Sign: Interstate highways are high speed roads that connect multiple states and have shild shaped signs. Learn more in 99PIC pp 248-251!
- N5 Speed Cushion: A speed cushion is a type of speed bump that has cutouts spaced to accomodate emergency vehicles. Learn more in 99PIC pp 145-147!
- G5 Love Locks: Love locks, or love padlocks, are literal padlocks couples attach to bridge railings as symbols of their love. Learn more in 99PIC pp 42-43!
- O5 Revolving Door: Revolving doors are a type of exterior door made of panels that rotate mechanically or manually when pushed on. Learn more in 99PIC pp 168-169!