logo

Encroachment Permit

Anyone working in the City right-of-way, such as street, sidewalk area, public easements, and utility easements, is required to obtain an Encroachment Permit prior to starting work.

ENCROACHMENT PERMIT APPLICATION (GENERAL)

Typical examples of the type of work requiring an encroachment permit includes, but is not limited to:

  • Sidewalk, driveway approach, curb and gutter repair or replacement
  • Curb drain installation or replacement
  • Sewer test, sewer lateral replacement and/or connection to City’s sewer main
  • Remove and replace utilities related to Building Permit for new residence or construction
  • Trenching, excavation, or openings in City right-of-way
  • Water or fire service installation or replacement
  • Traffic control and/or pedestrian protection
  • Underground utility and overheard utility work in the City right-of-way
  • Placing scaffolding in the City right-of-way
  • Moving trucks/vans, storage container(s) and debris box(es) in City right-of-way