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An Aboveground Work in ROW permit is needed for all work in right-of-way or within public roads that does not meet criteria for the underground utility permit.
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Any proposed access to a County road requires a driveway permit through the Road and Bridge Department. You may also need a Development Permit through the Planning Department. If you are constructing a driveway on a private road you may also be required to get a Development Permit.
An Excavation/Utility Installation permit is required for the installation of public utilities in and adjacent to the Right-of-Way. Private utilities are typically required to be bored, not open cut. Private utility installation is not generally permitted in the right-of-way. Please contact the Road and Bridge Department for specific information.
An Excess Hauling permit is required for any work or activity determined to be other than normal use or as defined in Board of County Commissioners Resolution 2021-03. This shall include the regulation of the size and weight of vehicles, number of trips, or any work activity determined to be other than normal use as defined by BOCC Resolution 2021-03.
A Special Event permit is required for any organized event in the County right-of-way. One permit may be submitted for multi-day or recurring events with the same or similar routes with all dates listed. Completed permit applications need to be received by our office four (4) weeks prior to event for processing.
A Snowplowing/Winter Parking permit is required for those who wish to perform snow removal services on a county road to an area not currently being served by the San Miguel County Road and Bridge Department.