If you're doing any work in the public-owned portion of land (the ROW), or if your work requires using any part of the ROW, then you need a ROW permit.
|Driveway/Sidewalk (DS)||Excavation (EX)||Film||Parking|
|Sidewalk Cafe||Valet||Vendor||Temporary Use of Right of Way (TURP)|
Identifying the ROW
Does your work fall within the ROW? Use these tips and tricks for determining the ROW.
Resolve Permit Conflicts
What constitutes a conflict? When permit boundaries overlap, they are considered to be in conflict. Those boundaries include the full footprint of the Traffic Control Plan (TCP). Use our Conflict Resolution Email Template to resolve permit conflicts. Use the ROW Conflict Resolution Flowchart for a step-by-step guide on how to resolve a conflict.