Public Works - Engineering Division
UPDATE: Utility Permits
All applicants emailing utility permits in the right-of-way must now submit them online to the City eportal. A contractor number with instructions on how to register for an account will be provided to you.
Email email@example.com :
- Your name
- Company address
- Site address
- Type of work proposed in the right-of-way.
- Who is the proposed work for? ex. private resident, commercial, telecommunication company, etc.
*Utility Permits in the right-of-way: overheard lines, bore, trenching, hand digging, excavating for fiber and conduits installation, soil samples/geotechnical bores, and tie-ins to existing City utilities in the right-of-way (contact utilities division for residential tie-ins)*
All other permits regarding work performed in private property, driveways, sidewalks, curb and gutter permits must contact development services.
In an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19, Engineering Division will temporarily transition to a telecommunication appointment-only system. You may schedule an appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org three (3) business days in advance to request approval of telecommunication meetings with staff. Please provide your phone number and address in the email.
All residents, commercial businesses, and telecommunication companies submitting permits with the engineering division are advised to send an email to email@example.com with detailed information for all engineering issued permits or new address requests. Please allow time for employees to review and respond to all requests as the employees of City Hall adjust to a new operating rhythm during these circumstances.
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Policy Changes for Right of Way Construction Permits
Effective April 1, 2019, right of way permits will be issued through Development Services. They may be applied for in person or online. Plans must be submitted electronically for review and should typically be reviewed within five working days. This will not affect new construction as the right of way permits will be a part of the review of new projects and are to be included in the building permit. For right of way permits issued after April 1, 2019 that require sidewalk and drive-approach inspections, the inspections will be scheduled through and performed by the Building Division.
|Daniel Christodoss||City Engineer|
|Leslie Alquicira||Senior Assistant City Engineer|
|Dilcia Jimenez||Assistant City Engineer|
|Anthony Smith||Engineering Technician|
|David Frisbey||Senior Survey Party Chief|
|Melissa De La Rosa||GIS Technician
|Monica Flores||Administrative Assistant|