Site Plan

The Site Plan is part of the permanent permit record, and as such must be drawn or produced in such a way that anyone looking at the site plan will be able to understand exactly what work is being done.  Illegible or poorly drawn site plans WILL BE REJECTED.
The Site Plan must clearly depict whether an excavation is being done in the park strip or in a paved surface.  Please provide offset distances from curb, gutter or sidewalk.

The Site Plan is required with ALL Right-of-Way permits, and becomes part of a permanent record with the permit.  It is a document that must show the entire scope of work that is being performed on the permit, and should include the following elements:

  • Aerial photo background (Preferred, but not required)
  • Site address
  • North arrow
  • Work location
  • Building or house location (on utility lateral permits)
  • Sidewalk location (when present)
  • Curb & gutter location (when present)
  • Utility main locations
  • Driveway approach, fire hydrant, utility pole, utility cabinet or any other structure in the immediate area of the project
Location Plan - If your Project is remodeling or adding on to an existing building, you must include a plan showing how the proposed improvements relate to the existing structure(s)

Utility Site Diagram - This form can be printed, marked up, and submitted as a site plan for most simple water and sewer jobs.  Please see examples below:

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