An encroachment permit is necessary when anyone (including utility companies, residents and contractors) works in the city right-of-way, city-owned land, and/or within a city easement.
A few examples include:
- Installing under-sidewalk drains
- Crossing a sidewalk or landscaped area to a construction area
- Installing new utility/drain in the right-of-way
- Parking a dumpster in the street
EFFECTIVE 12/1/2019 PERMIT FEES HAVE INCREASED