Yes, it requires a Driveway Permit ($50) to determine impervious coverage restrictions for the zoning district you are located in.
Road Commission for Montcalm County (Frequently Asked Questi...
Normally the answer is yes; however, it is always advisable to contact our office and your township zoning board. Anytime a person or business does any construction work in the road right-of-way (normally 66 feet - 33 feet each direction from the center of the road) the should obtain a permit. The townships pay for the application of chloride on local roads in their township, and each township contracts with the Road Commission to take care of this.
Eaton County Road Commission Faq
Yes, a permit from the Road Commission is required anytime work is performed in County road right of way. When you apply for a permit you are helping the Road Commission maintain safety for both yourself and the traveling public. Most traffic accidents occur at intersections or where vehicles are entering or leaving the roadway.
Frequently Asked Questions
A Driveway Permit is issued when you are doing an asphalt overlay of your drive, or a removal and replacement with either asphalt, concrete or pavers. A permit is not required for seal-coating. A Site Work Permit form can be mailed to you or is available at the Village Hall. The Village requires a copy of your proposal describing the work to be done. If you are changing the shape of the drive, a Plat of Survey is required showing both the existing drive and the proposed drive.
Complete an Entrance Application form, which is available at the County Engineer's office, 1400 West 6th St., Carroll, Iowa. The application form must be signed by the landowner and indicate where the entrance will be built. The landowner will then need to mark the location of the proposed entrance and the Engineer will examine the site to determine the necessary size entrance pipe.
Marlboro Township - Engineering Division FAQ
application for a Zoning Permit is required to extend or re-do your driveway. A sketch of the driveway with dimensions should be included with the application. The Zoning Department will check for lot coverage and setbacks. The Engineering Division will then review grading, sight distances, tree removal, and other impacts of the driveway addition. Approval of the addition will shall be given if no adverse impacts with respect to the above are anticipated.
Lawrence Township - FAQ
No, as long as the driveway is not enlarged in any direction. If you plan to enlarge your driveway, please contact the Engineering Department regarding requirements. Minimum driveway setback is five feet (5'). If there are no other outstanding engineering issues (such as submission of an updated as-built plan, re-grading, etc.) except establishment of permanent vegetative cover, you may sign a waiver releasing the developer and Township from all responsibility for grass growth.
Frequently Asked Questions, City of Farmington Hills, Michig...
Yes, if the portion you are working on is touching a public street. (Please refer to the "Roadway Jurisdiction Map" to determine if you will need a City Permit or a County Permit.)
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. The Roadmaster will look at the plans submitted and issue the ok for the permit. Click here to access the electronic version of the Driveway Permit.
City of Gulf Breeze, FL - Department of Community Services
Driveways do not require a permit; however, the City asks that you common sense when pouring them. Never pour a driveway so that it drains water off onto the adjacent property owner.
General Frequently Asked Questions - Zoning
Yes, a driveway permit for the apron is required for properties located on County-maintained roads. The cost for residential is $25. The cost for commercial is $60. The minimum setback (residential) from a side property line is 4 feet. You will need to go to the Zoning Division to be sure your driveway meets the required set backs; and then to the Building Services Division for the apron.
Cuming County - Frequently Asked Questions
A permit through a conditonal permit hearing by the Planning Commission is required when the operation will change from one level to another, i.e., from 300 to 1000 to 1001 to 5000.
Public Works FAQ's - City of Sunnyvale, California.
You will need to obtain an Encroachment Permit. Please call 408-730-7415 and ask to speak to a City Engineer or you can visit our One Stop Permit center located in City Hall, 456 W. Olive Avenue, Sunnyvale. Back to top
City Government - Development Services - Planning & Zoning -...
No permit is required. However, the Planning Division requires a site plan - even if the new driveway is exactly identical to the old driveway. The site plan should show the location of the property lines, house, garage and existing driveway, location of the new driveway, how it will be widened, and length/width dimensions. If the proposed driveway meets all city requirements, an approval will be made. No inspection is required.
City of San Luis Obispo - Public Works Department Frequently...
You will need a valid Contractors License authorizing the type of work to be done. (e.g. - sidewalk work would require a C8 or A license; sewer lateral would require a C34, A, or a C36 in conjunction with a C12 license.) Refer to California Contractors State License Board. See also Encroachment Permits.
Summit County Government
Depending on the improvements you are making, yes. If you want simply want to pave your gravel driveway, you do not need a permit, however there are specifice regulations pertaining to how your driveway ties into the County Road. If you are replacing a culvert you will need a permit. Please contact the Road Inspector, at (970) 668-4199, for specific permit or construction requirements, prior to beginning the work.
City of San Marino, CA - Employment Opportunites
No permit is required for painting but make sure the painting contractor has a City of San Marino business license. A paving permit is required only if you are proposing to increase the current amount of front yard paving.