Right of Way Permit Program
About the Permit Program
If you plan to excavate, occupy or use public right-of-way to complete your construction or improvement project, you must obtain a permit from the Public Works Department. No matter how large or small, your improvement project is, if it calls for excavation, removal, use, occupation or disturbing the City’s right-of-way in any way, you must adhere to the City’s rules and regulations covering work in the right-of-way.
These regulations are enforced by a team of engineers who inspect projects throughout the City for public right-of-way safety hazards or other violations of city codes. Failure to obtain a permit could result in a stop work order and fines.
Before it Starts
Prior to the start of any construction or improvement project, obtain a permit from the Public Works Department. For a complete listing of permit rules and regulations refer to our information packet or visit the Public Works and Parks Department.
At the Site
Do limit construction hours to Monday thru Friday from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Do limit excavation to within the City’s right-of-way, not on private property.
Do not store project materials or equipment overnight on public rights-of-way without approval.
Do not obstruct private driveways.