How long does it take to get a Right-of-Way License Agreement?

After you apply for the Right-of-Way Permit (with License Agreement for non-standard materials in the right-of-way), the City will route for staff review, then create the license document specific to your property and project, and send to you with instructions. The application fee is $145 for the Right-of-Way Permit plus $250 for the License Agreement, for a total of $395. (The City covers recording fees for the agreement.)


The Public Works Director reviews these applications. Allow minimum one week for this process and to receive the license agreement document. Once we receive the original signed agreement back from you, it will be placed on the next available City Commission meeting agenda at that time (the deadline is 13 days prior to a Commission meeting). 

Items needed for review are:

  • $395 payment
  • Completed application form
  • Photos or images of the non-standard materials
  • Sketch with dimensions clearly depicting the proposed improvements

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1. What is required to pull a ROW Permit?
2. What are the fees for Right-of-Way Permits?
3. How long does it take to get a ROW Permit?
4. Can I get a ROW Permit the same day?
5. How long are ROW Permits good for? Can extensions be made?
6. Are there time or day restrictions for ROW Permits?
7. Does my residential driveway have to be concrete pavement?
8. Why do I need a Right-of-Way License Agreement?
9. How long does it take to get a Right-of-Way License Agreement?
10. If I need a Right-of-Way License Agreement, can I begin work in the right-of-way before the Agreement is completed?
11. What is the required width and length of a residential driveway?
12. Can I have a circular driveway, or two driveways on my residential property?
13. Distances required between driveways/intersections?
14. How close can my driveway be located to the side lot line?
15. Where can I find the City's driveway details?
16. Who applies for a Tree Removal Permit when the tree is located in City right-of-way?
17. Who is responsible for sidewalk repairs in City right-of-way?
18. Who creates a Maintenance-Of-Traffic (MOT) plan?