When is a right-of-way permit required?
A right-of-way permit shall be obtained whenever any type of work is proposed within a city’s right-of-way. Proposed work on a right-of-way includes, but is not limited to, landscape removal or installation, excavation, irrigation system removal or installation, sidewalk or curb construction, driveway aprons and other types of work not mentioned herein, however located on the right-of-way. Permits shall also be required when there is vehicular and/or pedestrian impact to a city’s right-of-way due to a specific project. Failure to obtain a right-of-way permit prior to work being done will result in a Stop Work Order. Right-of-way permits shall be obtained through the Building Department.

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1. Once I have an approved site plan by the Planning and Zoning Department, what is the next step before beginning construction?
2. How much will it cost me to have the Engineering Department review my projects, if required?
3. Where can I find the City of Palm Beach Gardens code requirements?
4. I have an active site plan petition with the Planning and Zoning Department, can the Engineering Department start the review of the Infrastructure Permit plans, if the site plan is yet to be approved?
5. I need to have an engineering inspection done on my project. Who should I contact?
6. When is a right-of-way permit required?
7. How do I obtain as-builts drawings or other city records?
8. Who do I call if I have any other questions?