Encroachment permit application reviews may take up to 10 working days. Any requests for an emergency encroachment permit will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
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For all work performed in and/or the placement of a dumpster, refuse bin or temporary moving pod in the public right-of-way. A public right-of-way is defined as any street, road, highway, sidewalk or easement that is owned, leased or controlled by the City.
If a Resident intends to use their private driveway to place a dumpster, refuse bin or temporary moving pod, an encroachment permit is NOT required.
Private developers, licensed contractors & utility companies. Residents and HOAs may only apply for dumpster, refuse bin and temporary moving pod permits.
Applications for Encroachment Permits must be submitted online on the eTRAKiT permit and request system by clicking HERE.
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In addition to submitting an application, a Certificate of Insurance will be required for most permits with the exception being the placement of a CR&R dumpster.
Other documentation may be required as described in the encroachment permit general information and eTRAKiT permit system encroachment permit application processes on the City’s website.
The complete list of encroachment permit fees, and any required deposits, is shown in the general fee schedule for public works encroachment permits which is available on the City’s website.
A typical encroachment permit will cost $150.00 per working day. This covers the administrative cost of the permit as well as any required inspections. For placement of a dumpster, refuse bin or temporary moving pod will be a flat $75.00.