Any work performed in the public right of way requires an Encroachment Permit  in addition to a Building Permit, when required. Examples of work requiring an Encroachment Permit include, but are not limited to:

  • Trenching in the street for new, repair to, or replacement of utility lines
  • Replacement or repair to sidewalks, including drain work through the curb
  • Construction or widening of a driveway approach
  • Dumpsters or portable outdoor storage units/pods

To obtain an Encroachment Permit, visit the Community Development Department for an application or use one of the links below. 

Encroachment Permit

Encroachment Permit for Vending Vehicles

Encroachment Permit for Moving Truck or Storage Pods

Encroachment Permit Extension Request Form