- Applying for Encroachment & Grading permits (including uploading plans)
- Paying Fees
- Scheduling Inspections
All new users must register for an account. A log-in is required to apply for a permit. Once logged in, all permits tied to the account will be available to view.
After creating an online account, you can begin submitting permit applications electronically through the . The customer will complete the permit application form and then be prompted to upload any required plans and other documents through the portal. The permit will then move into plan review.
If corrections or additional information is required, notification will be sent using the contact email address provided on the application. Once the permit is ready for issuance, the applicant will be notified of the fees due, which can be paid online through the .
When do I need an Encroachment Permit?
Encroachment permits are required whenever work is proposed within the public right-of-way or easement.
Typical examples of work include:
- Trenching across public right of way for installation of water, sewer, storm drain, cable, and other underground utilities
- Construction of curb, gutter, sidewalk, driveway, and roadway pavement
- Water monitoring and extraction
- Banner permit for City light poles
- Erecting or maintaining a post, sign, pole, or fence
- Fee Schedule