The Right-of-Way Permit is for work that is intended within City rights-of-way, easements, or property. In general, this includes but is not limited to public streets, alleys, City parks or property. Work entailed is construction such as roads or sidewalks, utility work such as water, sewer, or "dry" utilities (public or private), or work that may occur outside of the right-of-way yet may require right-of-way space to conduct such work such as tree trimming, temporary storage of materials for landscaping, etc.
The Permit has three main goals. 1) provide contact information for the responsible party; 2) affirm liability and schedule and; 3) verify the type of work and impact and provide for recovery costs should City property be damaged. Depending on scope, duration, technical difficulty, the permit requirements may vary from job to job. Work done without a permit can be construed as a violation of code, trespassing and/or damage to public property.
The form may be emailed in for review or printed and dropped off at the Building Department. At minimum the City requests 48 hours (2-business days) to review. The greater the complication, the longer the review time.
Permit Applicant General Liability Note
For permit applications that have site work (single family home, new driveway, etc.) the below note must be on the plans or in applicant materials. Please download, review and attach accordingly.