When is an Encroachment Permit required? Any work performed in the public right of way (including public infrastructure within a Public Easement) requires an encroachment permit. For example: installation or repair of sidewalk, curb and/or gutter, or driveway approach; installation of sidewalk underdrain; installation of sewer lateral or cleanout; placement of monitoring wells or soil borings; and installation, repair or removal of a dock on the Marina Lagoon. Utility companies must also obtain encroachment permits when working within the public right of way or deploying traffic controls.
How do I obtain an Encroachment Permit? The property owner or the contractor performing the work must email an application package to firstname.lastname@example.org which consists of the following: