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If you have questions on whether your project requires an Encroachment permit, you should contact the (insert link for engineering contact information) for a determination.

Connection, Impact and Flood Fees

Encroachment Permit Information

  • Backflow Assembly Installation Requirements - Encroachment permit and other related information that is needed prior to installation.
  • Demolition Requirements - Encroachment permit and other related information that is needed for demolition.
  • Encroachment Letter of Credit - Encroachment permit letters of credit are among the deposit options the city accepts prior to issuing an encroachment permit. Cash, check, or bond are other alternatives acceptable to the city.
  • Encroachment Permit Bond - Encroachment permit bonds are among the deposit options the city accepts prior to issuing an encroachment permit. Cash, check, or letter off credit are other alternatives acceptable to the city.
  • Encroachment Permit Application - Encroachment permit applications are needed any time work is conducted within the city right-of-way (street, gutter, sidewalk, etc.) or when work may cause possible damage to the city right-of-way such as heavy machinery or concrete passing over the sidewalk (driveway installations, pool installations, etc.)
  • Encroachment Permit Conditions - Requirements that are to be read by all permittees and are found on the back of each encroachment permit.
  • Encroachment Permit General Requirements - An Encroachment Permit must be obtained from the Engineering Division for any work preformed within a public right-of-way..
  • Encroachment Permit General Requirements & Process Information - Requirements and other information that will assist applicants with the encroachment permit process
  • Encroachment Permit Insurance Forms - Insurance is needed prior to issuance of an encroachment permit. Failing to fully complete the additional insured (3 numbered items within the box) are typical reasons for declining insurance forms, usually leading to delays in permit issuance.
  • Landscape Planter Strip Policy
  • Plant List

General Notes & Requirements

Grading Permit Information

  • Grading Permit Application - Grading permit applications are necessary when moving landfill or changing runoff properties of a property or surrounding environment.
  • Grading Permit Bond - Grading permit bonds are among the deposit options the City accepts prior to issuing a grading permit. Cash, check, or letter of credit are other alternatives acceptable to the city.
  • Grading Permit General Requirements & Other Grading Permit Information - Requirements, initial fees, and other information that will assist applicants with the grading permit process.
  • Grading Permit Letter of Credit - Grading permit letters of credit are among the deposit options the city accepts prior to issuing a grading permit. Cash, check or bond are other alternatives acceptable to the city.

Standard Specifications & Details 2002

Division 1 - Design Standards

Division II Private Development Standards

Division III General Conditions

Division IV Standard Construction Specifications

Division V Standard Details

Stormwater LID and Post-Construction Best Management Practices

Utility Studies

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